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Even though our forefathers began with little, so strong was their character that 
they strived valiantly against the rigors of New England winters, overcame the hostile 
Indians, and struggled through constant hardships for food and clothing until they had 
succeeded in establishing permanent settlements. 

With the development of agriculture and the growth of industry, the need of 
expansion became evident. Then it was that the more adventurous began the journey 
westward, building up one area after another. Were it not for their great courage and 
indomitable spirit in combating the many dangers and hostile enemy attacks, failure 
might easily have been the result. 

The way was far from easy, but the result — the setting up of our United States 
with the highest of ideals, a democratic form of government, the many industries, and 
high type citizens — renders ample proof that the struggle has proved adequately effective. 

It can be truly said when we consider the founding and growth of our country: 

"THE WAY IS HARD, BUT THE REWARD IS GREAT" 



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YEARBOOK 
CLASS OF 1957 
WEYMOUTH HIGH SCHOOL 
WEYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS 



Edttor-In-C liicf 

Michael E. Austin 

Art Editor 

Joan E. Hamblin 

Assistant Editor 

Beverly G. Barton 

Assistant Art Editor 
Priscilla Nickerson 

Business l^lanager 
Janet P. Bryson 



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Staff 



Haig S. Al emian 
Eileen E. Boyne 
Blanche E. Brugger 
Elaine Lewis 
Beverly A. Moran 
Yvonne D. Sarty 
Gordon Walker 



Faculty Advisers 

Mr. Daniel T. Blanchard 
Mr. John F. Collins 
Miss Evelyn Silvester 




Miss Alice White 



JAN 1 2 '84 



A project of the Students of 

WEYMOUTH HIGH and 
VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS 




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In behalf of the entire Senior Class, the 
Yearbook Staff dedicates this book to 
Judy Donovan, who, because of illness, 
has been unable to be with us for much 
of this past year. 

We all look forward to the day when 
she will have regained her health, and 
when she will once again be able to per- 
sue the educational trails on which she 
had such a fine start. 



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Miss Ernestine R. Canning 
Mr. John T. Ghiorse 
Mr. John H. Hobbs 
Mr. H aro Id R. Nel son 
Mr. George E. Nott 
Mr. Herman F. Perry 
Miss Martha Vining 
Mr. Francis E. Whipple 



Who's Who Committee 

CI ass Motto Committee 

Policy Committee 

Junior Moral and Spiritual 
Values Committee 



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^)ur Gu ides i 

in aaministra tio 




WALLACE L. WHITTLE 



you leave Weymouth High, it is well thai you realize thai "The way 
is hard, bul the reward is great." You are embarking on an entirely 
different life, one in which the competition with others becomes in- 
creasingly greater, bul the rewards also increase in proportion. 

We hope that we have done our part to prepare you properly for 
this new adventure and that your memories of Weymouth High School 
will be cherished in late r life. 



Rest wishes For your Future. 



W vllace L. Whittle 



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Lefi ro right, standing: Mr. rhomas \. I. sons, Assistant Principal; Mr. Ray G. I'arker. Voca- 
tional School Principal; Evelyn G. Glultlen, Assistant Secretary. Seatfd: Ellen C. Coyle, Secretary; 
I.aura Nash. Secretary; Janei A. Johnson, Assistant Secretary. 



I ii i ro right: Virginia Nye, Guidance; Edna G. Flaherty, English, Guidance; Geraldine Ochs, 




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Iim ro right: Elinor C. Larson (Mis.), English; George | McCarthy, Remedial n<n/.-. Eli/a 
belli A. Rogers (Mrs.), English; William |. Longridgc. English: Julia Morris. English. 




Lf.ft to right: Helen G. Lyons, English: Dorothv Pearson, English: Alice W hite, English: Mar} 
E. McMorrow, English: Man F. Toomev. Etiglish. 




Li i i ro right: |ohn K. Delahunt, Science, Economics; Francis S. Roddy, Science; John T. Ghiorse, 
Mathematics, Science: Norman I.. I wrcotte, Science: Russell A. Antcll, Science; Clarence R. 
Lyond, Science. 




I. in 10 rk.iii: Donald 1'. Drake, Social studies: Thomas ( Higgins, Social Studies; Paul O. 
Ritchie, Social Studies; William I . Reams, Social Studies; William L. Concannon, Social Studies. 



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Lkft to right: John I Gannon, Latin, Mathematics; Madeline L. Cote, (Mrs.). English, French; 
Elizabeth F. I)em (Mrs.), Spanish; Anita L. Pileggi (Mrs.), English, French; Elizabeth P. Bedell 
(Mrs.). French, Spanish; Ernestine R. Canning. French; Martha Vining, Latin. 




Left ro RIGHT, standing: Richard C. Haapaoja, Music; Russell H. [atk. Music; Paul C. Cleaves. 
Audio-Visual lids. Drive, Education; Vincent \. DiSessa, Mechanical Drawing. Seated: Man 
L. Gloster, Librarian; Mar) A. Dolan iMis.j, Art; Evelyn Silvester, Art. 




Left ro right: Elizabeth L. MacGregor, Commercial; Louise |. Hill. c.omnn nml; Margaret K. 
Langford, Commercial; [ane P. Lyons (Mrs.), Commercial; Daniel I. Blanchard, Commercial. 




Lkfi to richt, standing: Dorothy G. MacGregor, Commercial; Francis X. Kelly, Commercial; 
Helen M. Norris, Commercial. SEATED: Olive E. Hacked. Commercial; M. Jean Young, Commer- 
cial. 




Left to right, standing: Oral \. Page. Physical Education; Leo A. I Lives, Physical Education; 
John Fisher, Physical Education. Seated: Mar) E. Arnold, Physical Education; Herberta L. 
Stock well, R.N.. Surse; Su/anne B. Sharker . Physical Education. 




Left ro right, standing: Hilmer S. Nelson, Igriculture; Eva Skala, Home Economics; F.sthcr L. 
Benson, Home Economics; Harold R.. Nelson, Agriculture. Seated: Ionise B. Masters (Mrs.). 
Home Economics; Marie K. Ghiorse, English, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies. 



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I m i i<> mi. in. standing: George Y. Najarian, Auto Mechanics: |aines 1 llolaiul, sheet Metal lit 
lated Subjects; George I . Nott, Printing Id land Sul>jict\; I-. t it V R<>\. English, Mathematics. 
si \iin: <)n<> II Mann, Civics, Guidance, Placement, Driven Education; [osepfa K. Whittemore, 
English, History; falinai V Nelson, Science, Cabinetmaking, Carpentry Related Subjects. 




I. h i 10 km. 111: Herman F. Perry, Printing; [ohn F. Collins, Printing. 



Margaret Adamson 
Michael Austin 
Barbara Brown 
Dorothy Brown 
Jo Anne DeGust 
Paul DePlacido 



Robert Goldthwaitc 
Pauline Mauro 
Priscilla Nickcrson 
Carol Reynolds 
Anna ["infant 
Richard W hitehead 



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Robert Ahlstrom 
I heodorc Allen 
Nancy Backlund 
Marie Boudreau 
Blanche Bruggcr 
Janet EVyson 
Jeanne Caccavale 
Frank Ciavattien 
John Crosby 
Beverly Dasha 
John DcCostc 
Charlcnc Dibble 
Myrna DiBona 
Richard Donovan 
Joan Farrclly 
Patricia Foster 
Robert French 
Russell Fuller 
John Germain 
Wesley Grace 
Paul Graham 
Kathleen Grant 
Edna Green 
David Gnndlc 
Joan Hamblin 
Charles Hurd 
Ivcr Jacobsen 



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Priscilla White 



Delbert Kctcham 
Phyllis Kilman 
Kenneth Laidlaw 
Flame Lewis 
Judith Lilcy 
William Lockwood 
Elizabeth MacDonald 
Mary Martin 
Carol McKean 
James Pearsons 
Thomas Pcpe 
Donald Powell 
Norma Pratt 
David Randall 
Robert Reeves 
John Ribbc 
William Richmond 
Hazel Robinson 
Richard Rowell 
Gcorgianna Salachi 
Carol Sangclccr 
Concctta Santacrocc 
Cynthia Shaw 
Sally South 
Deborah Spindlcr 
Dons Starkic 
Jane Stetson 
Linda Tower 



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Science 

AND 

Humanity 




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LTHOUGH MEN from the earliest times have attempted to develop what 
might now be termed science, it was not until the Scientific Revolution of the six- 
teenth century that science, as we understand it today, began to evolve. Among the 
foremost of the early pioneers we find men like Newton. Copernicus, and Kepler, 
each concentrating in the field of his own particular interest. These, like scien- 
tists of all generations, are found to have striven first for practical and immediate 
goals. Newton, for example, turned to astronomy because it was consistent with 
the need for solving many navigational problems of his era; similarly, we find 
that Faraday strove to uncover the relationship between electricity and magnet- 
ism, since it was this question upon which scientific work of his day was centered. 
Thus we note how science and the scientist have long been devoted to the fur- 
therance and advancement of culture; likewise, how the cultural needs of the 
people, in turn, direct the progress of science. 

This inter-relationship between the cultural needs of the people and science 
has never been more pronounced than in our own times. Today we are able to 
look back upon the past half-century and note the illimitable progress wrought by 
man in fostering and developing this relationship. 

The fulfillment of one of man's most ancient desires occurred with the com- 
ing of the airplane. Although beginning modestly with the Wright Brothers' 
famous flight at Kitty Hawk, aviation has grown to awesome dimensions, expand- 
ing in accordance with the needs of the world. 



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The first demands of the airplane came at the outset of World War I, when 
it became evident that it would prove potent as an offensive weapon. Engineers 
and physicists have worked long and hard, developing newer and better aircraft 
by improving former designs. Through the years, aviation has advanced into jet 
aircraft, complying with the ever increasing public demands for speed and effi- 
ciency in our modern times. Recent developments include such planes as the 
Navy's Pogo, capable of taking off and landing vertically. Swiveling wings and 
propellers are playing an ever important role in the search which scientists hope 
will eventually eliminate the need for cumbersome mile-long runways. Perhaps 
the ideal or ultimate of this type of jet aircraft will find itself in the "flying 
wing" or Delta tvpe planes, which will one day be able to land as the helicopter 
does, without sacrificing speed or efficiency. 

Aviation, however, is but one of many phases of recent scientific develop- 
ments. Advances in radar, communication, radio, television, and, of course, 
atomic energy are among those fields which affect the public daily. Perhaps the 
field of atomic energy receives the least apparent public approval or apprecia- 
tive understanding. Few people realize that this, too, like all other scientific ad- 
vances, came about in direct response to the needs and requirements of an ever- 
growing world: a world whose resources are gradually shrinking; a world dependent 
upon unpredictable power sources; in all, a world in dire need of newer and more 
plentiful sources of power with which to maintain and further the growth of in- 
dustry and commerce, insuring nations of security and prosperity. 

Thus we see that men like Einstein and Vannevar Bush were far from being 
mad scientists, but rather they played the more prominent roles in the unleashing 
of the atom and its power. We must accept, therefore, the fact that the atomic 
bomb was simply the unfortunate, but perhaps unavoidable, result of progress. 
With the proper understanding, mankind may soon be rid of the threat of the 
atom, and turn all its vast potential energy to peaceful purposes. 

The scientist's dependency, even today, upon his environment for ideas and 
inspirations, and the advancement of civilization, in turn dependent upon 
science for its own progress, can be traced with far more vividness than is given 
here. Considering the past, we may speculate upon the future and draw the con- 
clusion that we need neither fear nor despise the aims and goals of science today. 

We must realize that science will continue to serve mankind only as long as 
we, living as we do in a free democracy, continue to pursue the high ideals for 
which our forefathers fought and died in order to preserve the God-given rights 
and freedoms of mankind 




Automation 



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Business 




Jo A nne UeGust 



ITH THE modern concept of automation, undoubtedly an industrial revo- 
lution is present in the business world today, promising more leisure, relief from 
menial tasks, and an assured prosperity through higher productivity. 

This era has resulted after the introduction of modern automatic machin- 
ery that does a man's work, greatly increases production, and facilitates office 
detail and computing. Companies, once swamped by office work, have installed 
new devices such as the I.B.M. electric typewriter, "magic" electronic machines, 
and "robot" computers of many different types and sizes. One of the first big 
computers, the General Electric UNIVAC, has proved its importance in figur- 
ing the payroll and in printing checks; another type of equal importance is used 
in the Commonwealth Edison Company of Chicago doing the work of two hun- 
dred clerks and saving $75 0,000 a year. At a conference in Los Angeles, a senior 
member of a large accounting firm remarked, "Computers are the outstanding 
development of technology and are positively vital to management. Their import- 
ance can be compared to that of the bulldozer in the construction industry." 

A question most commonly asked today is whether, with the introduction 
of the automatic machines, the average worker will suffer because of lack of po- 
sitions. A vice-president of Ford Motor Company, Del S. Harder, claims that 
the outcome will furnish more jobs, create more products at less cost, and in- 
crease the ability of the people to consume. He believes that the automatic ma- 
chine is the key to less human effort in the future and will improve the present 



standard of living. Expanding business is affording opportunities for new posi- 
tions every day; for instance, the high-speed electronic computer programmers, 
analysts, and operators, as well as numerous clerks to compile the information. 
This is an age of specialization when concentration will be placed on the worker 
who is skilled in secretarial training, business administration, or mechanical tech- 
nology. 

It has been said that the real office revolution is not a machine revolution at 
all; it is a systems revolution. Now it seems that much of the mundane side of 
the work can be accomplished by machines in a comparatively short time. As 
was remarked in ' Office Executive," "Today we must spend more time teaching 
the clerical help to be technicians, rather than bookkeepers or accountants." 

We have been assured that the office is not going to vanish in the future, only 
certain phases of it. For a glimpse of what office life may be in a few years, let 
us consider the new headquarters of the Standard- Vacuum Oil Company in 
White Plains, New York. At the push of a button, walls move, curtains shift, and 
maps or motion-picture projectors appear. From any one of the 245 remote dic- 
tation-transcription stations in the building, a person can pick up a telephone-like 
instrument to dictate a letter to a central transcription room where the material 
is transcribed and then returned to the dictator. 

Another feature is the fully automatic pneumatic-tube system with one cen- 
tralized filing office, by which objects up to seven pounds in weight can be sent 
to any part of the building, within a matter of seconds, merely by putting them 
into a plastic container at a dispatching station and setting the dial to indicate des- 
tination. With such ultra-modern features, it is easy to understand the remark 
made in the magazine, "Today's Secretary," "The secretaries in the Standard- 
Vacuum Oil Company are highly skilled and have a vast knowledge of the busi- 
ness. They are given time to develop and do things on their own; in reality, they 
are administrative assistants to the leading executives of the company." 

Despite all these modern inventions, from an electric pencil sharpener to 
the high-speed electronic computer, the fact remains that business graduates are 
still in great demand. We need not fear automation, but face it with the same 
confidence that the late Philip Murray expressed when he said: 

"I do not know of a single instance in which a technological gain has taken place in the 
United States of America that has thrown people out of work. The industrial revolution that has 
been taking place in business during the past twenty-five years has brought into the employment 
field an additional twenty million people." 



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Education- 
Today 



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^- ANY CHANGES in the program or modern education involving an 
entirely different set-up have been evident in the past years. Slowly but defin- 
itely a new system, usually described as progressive, has advanced into the fore- 
ground. This type of education, difficult to define, has developed continuously, 
hence involving varied and numerous changes. 

Science, by continual research, affords the latest in progress in many fields 
and contributes an unusual amount to this type of education. The purpose today 
is to cover just as much information as possible. Dr. Carleton Washburne. who 
has been active in the National Societv for the Study of Education, explains pro- 
gressive education as simply the on-going effort to apply the increasing findings 
of science toward helping children to grow up in accordance with the democratic 
ideal, both as an individual and as a responsible participant, in a democratic so- 
ciety. 

To prepare future participants, many modern schools take the students out 
into the community to observe and become aware of the real meaning of cul- 
ture. Audio visual aids, such as motion pictures, film strips, radio, and television 
are also used extensively to acquaint them with the world of today. John Dewey, 
commonly known as the father of modern progressive education, once said that 
the school itself should be made a genuine form of active community life, in- 
stead of a place set apart in which to learn lessons. Since his death the society set 



up in his honor has done much to analyze the needs of American Youth and to 
meet the changes of modern times. 

In spite of the many accomplishments and advantages of present-day edu- 
cation, some critics still feel that the fundamentals are being neglected. However, 
this opinion has been proved inaccurate by the Progressive Education Associ- 
ation who, after great study and experiment, has shown that the so-called "tra- 
ditional" type still holds an equally important place with the progressive in our 
educational system. 

Although the three R's are taught in a different manner today, Dr. Ben- 
jamin Fine, a former winner of the Pulitzer Prize, assures the public that the 
basic subjects still have their share of attention. He continues to say that many 
schools have introduced a method of combining subjects, called a "core" pro- 
gram, which is a combination of such courses as English and history, or litera- 
ture and world affairs. However, these methods have not been brought about 
because of some school superintendent, but they were tested and proved to be 
worthwhile before being introduced into the classroom. 

Williard E. Givens, the Executive Secretary of the National Education As- 
sociation of the United States, asserts that education today is based on the belief 
that nothing is of greater importance than the child. The modern school is pro- 
vided to satisfy the needs of each in ways that will not hinder the progress of 
others in the class. Subjects are presented in an informal, friendly way with a 
self-expression that acts as a stimulus and contributes greatly to the understanding. 
The teacher shows a warm sympathic interest in all pupils and has respect for in- 
dividual differences. Effort is constantly being made to conserve and develop all 
talents for both the gifted and the retarded. 

Here in our country, it has ever been realized that it is only through educa- 
tion that the American heritage will remain meaningful and that it will be pre- 
served for future generations. 





CLASS OFFICERS 
WEYMOUTH HIGH SCHOOL 
Above, left to right: Charlene M. Dibble, 
Treasurer; Barbara A. Brittain, Secretary; Donald P. 
McKeag, Vice-President; Peter A. Stilphen, President. 

Lower left: Santo Pasqualucci, Marshal. 




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EDW VRD \( ORN 

North Weymouth Aircraft repairman 

Eddie" ... a regular "guy" . . . cars 
are his hobby ... a disposition that's 
tops . . . he'll be one of the best in his 
field. 

Student Marshal 12; Football 9.10, Band 
9; Senior Prom 12. 



KOIU I' I \III S I ROM 

Weymouth Electrical engineer 

"Os" . . . tall and curly-haired ... a 
hoop enthusiast . . . always on the go . . . 
headed off in his 1910 "Chevy." 

Basketball 10. Cross Country 10; Football 
9,10; Honors 10.11; Jack O Lantern Jumi- 
12. 



ARTHUR ALLEN 

Weymouth Navy electronics worker 

"Art" ... a real regular "guy" . . . likes 
cars and sir's ... a personality that's tops 
. . . that's our "Art." 

Lunch Room Assistant 9,10. 



FR VNCIS \ll ISON 
South Weymouth 



Cabinctmaking 



"Chick" . . . quiet and friendly . . . likes 
to work with wood . . . hopes some day 
to be a master cabinetmaker . . . that s 
Chick Allison. 

Open House Exhibit 10.11; Honors II. 



HENRY ANDERSON 

South Weymouth 



Auto Repair 



"Andy' ... a noisy sort of lad . . . loves 
to tease the girls ... a good mechanic 
. . . full of gaiety and laughter. 

Lunchroom Duty 10, 11; Cap and Gown 
12; Assembly 10; Key Club 10,11; Open 
House Exhibit 11. 



JAMES AUSTIN 
South Weymouth 



Salesman 



"Jim" . . . friendly and cooperative . . . 
very well liked . . . going places in this 
world . . . that s "Jim" Austin. 

A. V. Club 9; Student Marshall 11,12; 
Baseball 9,10; Football 9- 




GUNTA ANSBERGS 

North Weymouth Research chemist 

Gunta . . . hard working and intelligent. 
... an interesting person . . . she II make 
the most of her opportunities in America. 

Honors 9. 10; Hytoc Gazette Literary' Edi- 
tor 12; Orchestra 12; Choir 10; Camera 
Club Secretary 1 1 ; Reflector Literary Staff 
11; Math Club 12; Lunch Room Cashier 
9.10,11: French Club 11; Pep Club 10. 



M \l«i ARE I AD \MSO\ 

North Weymouth Biological researcher 

" Mickey " . . . conventional and cute . . . 
genius galore . . . neat as a pin . . . she'll 
conquer any obstacle. 

Reflector Sports Editor 12; Honors 10; 
High Honors 9. 11; Yearbook Policy 11; 
Class Mono II; Hyroc G.izetle 11; Latin 
Certificate of Honorable Merit 10; Basket- 
ball 9.10,11; Future Nursc> Club i 0.1 1 . 



I I M(, \l I Ml \N 

East Weymouth Business manager 

Haig . . . sleek and dark . . . synonymous 
»nh hard work and dependability ... a 
swell guy " who'll be a success. 

Band 9.10.11; Orchestra 9.10.11; Sen- 
ior Nominating 12. Class Banquet 12: 
FaiCwdl Assesmbly 11; "Lab' Assistant 
II. A. V. Club 9. 



I III ODOR I M I I N 

South Weymouth Chemist 

Ted" ... of a creative nature . . . physics 
is his favorite subject ... a benefactor 
he II surely be. 

Key Club 10.11.12; Math Club 12; A. V. 
Club 10.11. Prcs.dent 12; J. V. Football 
12 Farewell Assembly II; Honors 10; 
High Honors 1 1 ; Reflector Literary Staff 
10.11; H)iot Gazelle 11.12. 



WDRI W WDI RSON 

North Weymouth Cabinetmaking 

Andy . . . quiet and bashful . . . skilled 
in his trade . . . friendly to all ... a lika- 
ble fellow is Andrew. 

Lunchroom Duty 10.11. 



MIC H M l \l STIN 

South Weymouth 



Electrical engineer 



"Mike" . . . the pride of 213 . . . in pub- 
lications he s knee-deep ... a camera bug 
... a leader . . . "Mike s" deeds speak 
for him. 

High Honors 9.10.11: Hyroc Gazette 
Editor 11, Business Manager 12; Yearbook 
Editor 12; Harvard Club Book 11: Camera 
Club President 1 1 : Key Club Treasurer 1 1 . 
12; Math Club 12; Reflector Literary Staff 
11. 




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JOHN AUSTIN 
Holbrook 



Auco Repair 



John . . . lunch hour is his favorite peri- 
od in school ... a "Chevy" to him is the 
only car . . . hopes to be a fireman. 



Rl'TH BALENTINE 

South Weymouth Children s nurse 

Here s "Ruthie" who has what it takes 
. . . fun to know ... at home or school 
she s in a whirl. 

Choir 9: Grammar School Messenger 10; 
Volleyball 9; Basketball 9. 



BEVERLY BARTON 



Wevmouth 



Executive Secretary 



"Eev" ... a swell girl . . . short and 
blonde . . . friendly . . . with determina- 
tion she II take those notes. 

Junior Decorating 11; Honors 10; Senior 
Play Selection 12; Dramatic Club 11, 12; 
Senior Nominating 12; Junior Party 11; 
Sophomore Party 1 0; Sophomore Nominat- 
ing 10; Mr. Mulkern s Secretary 12; Cheer- 
leader 9- 



MA KG I ERITE BlAl REGARD 

South Weymouth Secretary 

"Margi" ... a tall guitar player . . . 
pleasant to all . . . in her employer's praise 
she s sure to rate high. 



Braintree High 9. 11: 
Sine Music Festival 9: 
Secretary 12. 



Choir 9.11,12: 
Mr. Deschenes's 



NANCY BACKLUND 

Weymouth Secretary 

"Nan" ... a cute little miss . . . con- 
genial, loquacious ... a dependable work- 
er she'll be. 

Open House Exhibit 10; Lunch Room 
Cashier 9; Honors 1 1 ; Gregg Transcription 
Certificate 60. 11; 80. 100. 12; Typewrit- 
ing Certificate 53, 1 1: Miss White's Secre- 
tary 1 2 . 



KENNETH BARNES 
South Weymouth 



Carpentry 



Ken" . . . proud of his haircut . . . 
loves to go to parties ... a true friend. 

Open House Exhibit 10.11; Senior Play 
Scenery 1 1 . 






BRENDA BERGQUIST 

North Weymouth Telephone operator 

Rusty" ... a loquacious senior ... as 
gay as a breeze . . . soon to be saying 
Number please." 

Open House Exhibit 9; Typewriting Cer- 
tificate 61, II; Miss Ghiorse's Secretary 
11. 12; Hyioc Gazette 1 1 . 



WILLIAM BILLINGS 

East Weymouth 



Chemist 



"Bill" ... a whiz in chemistry and physics 
. . . forever setting up equipment . . . well 
liked . . . he's certain to succeed. 

A. V. Club 9; "Lab" Assistant 11,12. 



GORDON BATES 

South Weymouth Electrical technician 

"Batesie" . . . friendly and funloving . . . 
a regular "guy" ... a Ford is his car 
. . . he's most likely to succeed. 

A. V. Club 9; Choir 9; Who's Who 12; 
Baseball 9.10; Basketball 9; State Music 
Festival <■). 



JUDITH BELL 

Weymouth Medical secretary 

"Judie" ... a regular girl . . . jumping 
with joy ... an ardent football fan . . . 
and she's, oh, so coy. 

Future Teachers' Club 12; Spanish Club 
12; Student Marshal 9; Choir 9,11; Bad- 
minton 9; Hyvoc Gazette 12; Field Hockey 
9; Volleyball 9,12; Office Helper 9. 



WAYNE BICKERSTAFF 

South Weymouth 



Minister 



"Waynie" ... a fine person . . . sincere 
... an A. & P. stand-by . . . he'll put 

service above self. 

Cap and Gown Committee 12; Choir 9. 
10.12; Key Club 11; French Club 11; 
Lunch Room Assistant 9,10,12; State Music 
Festival 9,10.12; South Eastern Music 
Festival 10; Grammar School Messenger 11. 



MARTHA BISHOP 

Weymouth 



Airline hostess 



"Mimi" ... an eager beaver . . . ever 
roller skating ... an organist . . . for red 
carpet service she's bound. 

Home Room Messenger 12; Attendance 
Slips 12; Fashion Show II; Badminton 9; 
Softball 9; Choir 9; Cap and Gown Com- 
mit ice 12. 



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MELVILLE BLANCHARD 

Souch Weymouth Cabinetmaking 

"Mel" ... a soft-spoken person but for- 
ever on the go . . . likes the girls and will 
make a good cabinetmaker. 

Open House Exhibit 10.11. 



M AMI- BOI OKI' A I 

South We) mouth 



Music supervisor 



Marie . . . short and sweet . . . ever so 
neat . . . musically inclined . . . she's a 
wonderful person. 

Band 10.11,12; Orchestra 9.10.11.12: 
Choir 9.10.11; Gregg Transcription Cer- 
tificate 60, 11; Typewriting Certificate 52. 
II; High Honors 10; Honors 9.1 I; Mr. 
Jack's Secretary 11, 12. 



I II I I N liOYM 

Weymouth Nurse 

Eileen ... a delightful companion . . . 
always conscientious ... a football fan 
. . . perfection is her standard. 

Senior Prom 12; Senior Play Selection 12; 
Rtfltctor Literary Staff 12; Future Nurses' 
Club 10.11.12; Office Helper II; Victory 
Dance 1 I ; Junior Decorating 1 I ; Farewell 
Assembly 11; Dramatic Club 11.12; Hon- 
ors 9.11. 



BAR I! \R \ BROWN 

North Weymouth Lawyer 

"Barb ... a girl of the pleasantcst nature 
... an enthusiastic student . . . good- 
fellowship oozer . . . she'll win her case. 

High Honors 9. Honors 10,11; Latin Cer- 
tificate of Honorable Merit 10.1 1; Reflector 
Literary Staff 11,12; French Club 11: Pub- 
lic Speaking Club 10; Badminton 9- 



RICHARD BORGI N 

South Weymouth 



Draftsman 



Dick" ... a great "guy" . . . can talk 
on any subject . . . the Buick is his fav- 
orite ... his pleasant nature w ill take him 
far. 

Camera Club II; Basketball 9: Badminton 
9; Attendance Slips 12; Track 9; Volley- 
ball 9. 



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Fast Weymouth 



Journalist 



"Cina" . . . synonymous w ith laughter . . . 
.i dancing enthusiast ... a journalist in 
the bud is "Cina." 

Future Nurses' Club 11.12; Dramatic Club 
11.12. Typewriting Certificate 46, 1 I; Miss 
Stockwell s Secretary 12. 





II \RI! \R \ BR I I IAIN 

Weymouth Missionary 

Barbie" ... a radiant cheerleader . . . 
petite and fashionable . . . admired by all 
. . . she s Tlur letter M. 

Class Secretary 10.12; Cheerleader 9.11. 
12. Student Council II. Secretary 9.12; 
High Honors 9. Honors 10; D.A.R. Candi 
date 12. RefUttor Art Staff 10,12. Drama 
tic Club 11.12; Junior Decorating 11. 



DOROTHY BROWN 

East Weymouth 



Secretary 




RAYMOND BRI CI 
East Weymouth 



Auto Repair 



Raymo" ... a very tall lad . . . basket- 
ball is one of his favorite games . . . will 
make a good mechanic. 

Lunchroom Duty 11.12. 



[ANE1 Bin SON 

Weymouth Missionary 

"Jan" . . . full of laughter and fun . . . 
and ardent hoop fan ... a missionary in 
the making . . . that s our "Jan." 

Math Club 12; Camera Club 11: Dramatic 
Club 11; Vollyball 9.10; Basketball 9: 
Reflector Advertising Editor 12: South 
Junior Eye Staff 9; Honors 1 1. 



"Dotty" ... a pleasing and friendly miss 
. . . always on the go . . . dependable and 
efficient is our "Dotty." 

Honor* '). High Honors 10,11; Typewrit- 
ing Certificate 50, 11; Miss Cannings 
Secretary 12; Who s Who 12; Pep Club 9: 
Open House Exhibit 9: Home Room Mes- 
senger 10; Lunch Room Assistant 9; Fash- 
ion Show 9. 



BLANCHE BRUGGER 

South Weymouth Mathematician 

"Betty" ... a friendly college-bound sen- 
ior ... a c.mdy clerk on the side ... a 
lover of math . . . she's a classmate we 
admire. 

Yearbook Staff 12; Hytoc Gazette 11: Old 
Colony Club Honorary Member 12: High 
Honors 10,11 Honors 9; Volleyball 9.10. 
11; Softball 10.11; Basketball 9.10,11. 



Jl DI1H Bl RKF 

East Weymouth 



Airline stewardess 



"Judy" . . . her sparkling blue eyes and 
friendly manner really attract attention . . . 
roller skating is her favorite sport. 

Honors 1 1 ; Gregg Transcription Certificate 
60, 11; 80, 12; Tvpewriting Certificate 
52. II: 60. 12; Mr. Cleaves's Secretarv 
12; Dramatic Club II: Badminton 9. 11. 



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ARTHUR BUTT 
South Weymouth 



Engineer 



"Smokey" . . . usually doesn't say much, 
but is always smiling ... a good com- 
panion. 

Band 9.11; State Music Festival 11; Class 
Dues Collector 12. 



JEANNE CACCAVALE 

East Weymouth Airline secretary 

"Jeannie" . . . pretty brown eyes and a 
friendly smile ... a faithful roller skating 
fan . . . success is definitely in her future. 

High Honors 9.10; Honors 11; Gregg 
Transcription Certificate 60, 80, 11; 100, 
120, 12; Typewriting Certificate 67, 12; 
Mr. Fisher's Secretary 12; Student Marshal 
10,1 1,12; Who's Who 12. 



IRENE CARTER 

Weymouth 
Rene ' 



Nurse 

. . always laugh- 

can't resist . . . 



. a live wire 
ing . . . ice skating she wu l .mi 
she will certainly cheer her patients 

Future Nurses Club 11,12: Pep Club 10; 
Tvpewriting Certificate 52, 11; Attendance 
Slips 11.12; Dramatic Club 11.12; Gram- 
mar School Messenger 9; Softball 9; Bas- 
ketball 9; Sophomore Decorating 10. 



THOMAS CASEY 

North Weymouth Air Force 

Tom'' . . . full of pep . . . versatile . . . 
music really makes a hit with him . . . 
we wish him the best of luck in the air 
force. 

Key Club 11; A. V. Club 9,10,11,12; 
Football 9.10; Track 9.10; Lunch Room 
Assistant 10,11: Jack o' Lantern Jump 12; 
Typewriting Certificate 51, 11. 



RICHARD CHEBATOR 

East Weymouth Show business 

"Dick'' ... to walk the boards is his 
aim ... to his family bring fame . . . 
here's to his future success and happiness. 

Gloucester High School 9.10,11; National 
Thespian Society 12; Our Town 9; Seven 
Keys to Baldpale 10; / Remember Mama 
10; Time out for Ginger 11; Weymouth 
High School 12. 



EARL CHILLLI 
Rockland 



Cabinetmaking 



Earl ... a tall, good looking blond from 
out of town . . . skillful in his trade . . . 
\ pleasant companion. 

Everett Vocational School 10: Open House 
Exhibit 10; Vocational Student Govern- 
ment 1 1 ; Honors 1 1 . 




MARCIA BYRON 
East Weymouth 



Psychologist 



She really likes to study . . . outstanding 
in ability and cooperation ... a loyal foot- 
ball fan. 

Dramatic Club 1 1 ; French Club 1 1 ; Pep 
Club 9.10; Honors 10; Junior Nominating 
11; Graduation Reception 11; Hy-Voc 
Gazette 1 1; Home Room Messenger 10; 
Softball 10,11; Badminton 9,10. 



JOHN CAMPBELL 

South Weymouth 



Engineer 



"Jack" ... a natural born comedian . . . 
his teasing and joking keep you in stitches 
... an engineer he wants to be. 

Omera Club 11; Football LIsher 12; Choir 

9. 



LYNNE GARY 

East Weymouth Designer 

Although she's small in size, in personality 
she is great . . . always informed on the 
latest fashions . . . clever dress designer 
of the future. 

Future Nurses Club 11,12; Dramatic Club 
11,12; Pep Club 10; Junior Party 11; 
Morning Devotions 10; Fashion Show 11. 



MARIS CAUNITIS 
North Weymouth 



Engineer 



Junior'' . . . friendly to all . . . full of 
good humor . . . sure to be a success in 
his chosen field of engineering. 

Open House Exhibit 9,10; Science Fair 
Exhibit 9. 



HARRY CHRISTENSEN 
Weymouth 



Drummer 



His friendliness and attitude of coopera- 
tion are admired by everyone . . . wonder- 
ful sense of humor. 

Baseball 9,10; Basketball 10. 



FRANK CIA VATTIERI 

Weymouth Civil engineer 

"Chevy" . . . pleasing appearance and al- 
ways polite ... he may be short, but you 
can never miss him in the W. H. S. Band. 

Student Council 9. Band 10,11; Orchestra 
10,1 1; Honors 9.10.1 I ; A. V. Club 9. 




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JEAN COB1 RN 
South Weymouth 



Seirctary 



"Jeannie" always on the go . . . active 
in sports . . . fun to be with. 

Dramatic Club II: Pep Club 10; Bad- 
minton 9; Basketball 9.10. Field Hotkey 
9; Softball 9.10; Tennis 10.11: Volleyball 
9.10; Hy-Vot Gazette 11.12; Typewriting 
Certificate 52, 12. 



MAR1 ( l( ( I II si 

East Weymouth 



Private secretary 



"Maisie" . . . her striking red hair is 
ically attractive . . . always gay and full 
of laughter ... an abundance of ability- 
Dramatic Club 1 1 ; Gregg Transcription 
Certificate 60. 80. I 1; 100. 120, 12; Type- 
writing Certificate 60, 12; Mr. Cleavcs's 
Secretary 12. Choir 10; Morning Devo- 
tions 12; Open House Exhibit 9- 



M \m CIGNAREL1 \ 

Weymouth Medical secretary 

"Cigie" . . . her beautiful blonde hair is sure 
to caprure your admiration . . . constantly 
making friends . . we'll soon be seeing 
her as a medical secretary. 

Dramatic Club II; Badminton 9; Basket 
ball 9.10; Softball 9.10; Volleyball 9. 
Tennis 10; Field Hockey 9; Rf-Vot 
G. in lit 11,12. 




Wil l i \\1 ( it ( I II si 

I 1st \\ CW1T Ml 1 1 1 



Carpentry 



"Willy" . . . hails from the Lower Square 
... a fine carpenter . . . always minages 
to get a good seat in the afternoon session. 

Open House Exhibit 10,1 I . 



JAY CLARK 

South Weymouth 



I 'ndecided 



A good bowler . . . the strong silent type 
... he will do a good job whatever his 
<areer. 

Basketball 9; Football 9; Spring Track 9. 
in W inter Track 10; Cap and Gown 12; 
Open House 12. 



< I I \RI () I I I (1)11 

South Weymouth Advertising designer 

A talented artist . . . petite and cute . . . 
friendly to all. 

Rt fin lor Art Staff II; Honors 10; Pep 
Club 10; Volleyball 10; Tennis 11; Bas 
ketball I 1 ; Assistant Student Council 9- 



|l mill CONANj* 

Weymouth Secretary 

Full of laughter this Judy is ... in sports 
she is a whiz. 

Choir 9; Badminton 9; Volleyball 9: 
Lunch Room Cashier 9. 



JOHN CORM1I I' 

North Weymouth 



L'ndecided 



"Jack" . . . loves to talk ... a sense of 
humor that can t be matched . . . although 
undecided to his future he'll be a success. 

Archbishop Williams 9: Quincy High 10; 
Bookroom Duty 10; Basketball 9- 



KATHLEEN CREHAN 
Weymouth 



Private secretary 



"Kay" ... a good sport . . . steady work- 
er .. . fun to be with . . . you couldn't 
find a better private secretary. 

Senior Nominating 12; Mr. Mahn's Secre- 
tary 12; First-sub Drum Majorette 12; 
Morning Devotions 12; Gregg Transcrip- 
tion Certificate 60, 11; 100, 12; Type- 
writing Certificate 47, 11; Office Helper 9. 




CAROLE COfGHLlN 

North Weymouth 



Teacher 



Never quiet . . . always laughing . . . 
swimmings her favorite ... a teacher 
she soon will be. 

Future Nurses Club 9.10: Pep Club 9. 
10; Lunch Room Assistant 10; Badminton 
10. 



ROSALIND CROCKER 

Weymouth Nurse 

"Roz" . . . energeric . . . full of fun . . . 
soon to be a nurse, and a good one too. 

Hy-Voc Gazelle Literary Editor 11; Hy-Voc 
Gazette 12; Farewell Assembly 11; Cheer- 
leader 9: Junior Party 1 1 ; Mathematics 
Club 12; Future Nurses Club 10,11: 
Camera Club 1 1 ; French Club 1 1 ; Pep 
Club 10,11; Choir 9; Badminton 9,10. 



II \RU MIA CON I OlS 

East Weymouth 



I.B.M. operator 



Barb" . . . ofren quiet, but full of fun 
. . . does her work without complaints . . . 
an I.B.M. machine she wants to run. 

Junior Nominating 1 1; Cap and Gown 12: 
Secretary to Mr. Raymond 11,12. Type- 
writing Certificate )7. 11; Fashion Show 
9.1 1; Open House Exhibit 9. 



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VALERIE CROSBY 



North Weymouth 



Artist 



JOHN CROSBY 

Weymouth 



Engineer 



A tine friend . . . hard worker . . . has the 
qualifications of a good engineer. 

Lab Assistant 11: Baseball 10.11; Basket- 
ball 9.10; Football 9; Honors 9.10.11. 



ADRIENNE DAMON 

South Weymouth Teacher 

"Sis" . . . full of gaiety . . . basketball's 
her game ... to the teaching profession 
we present "Sis." 

Future Nurses Club 10,11; Future Teach- 
ers Club 12; Dramatic Club 11.12; French 
Club 11; Spanish Club 11.12; Badminton 
10; Basketball 9.10; Volleyball 9,10; 
Farewell Assembly 1 1; Attendance Slips 10. 



JAMES DcBLOIS 

East Weymouth 



Cabinetmaking 



"Buggsy" . . . small and good natured . . . 
always on the go ... he does good work. 

Lunch room Duty I 1 ; Nominating Com- 
mittee 12; Open House Exhibit 10. 11. 



JO \NNI DeGl ST 

North Weymouth Private secretary 

"Jo" . . . always on the go . . . clever at 
all sports . . . knitting is one of her spe- 
cialties ... a willing helper . 

High Honors 9.10.11: Monday Club Hon- 
o-ary Member 12; Miss Nye's Secretary 
12; Sophomore Nominating 10; Class 
Motto 11, Lunch Room Cashier 10,11; 
Typewriting Certificate 52, 11; Gregg 
Transcription Certificate 60, 1 1 . 



"Val" . . . always smiling ... an inspir- 
ing young artist . . . she'll make a hit in 
her chosen career. 

Badminton 9.10.11: Basketball 10; Field 
Hockey 10,11,12; Junior Decorating 11; 
Reflector Art Staff 11,12; Jack O Lantern 
lump 12: Pep Club 10; Christmas Door 
Decorating 11: Portrait Club 10. 



BEVERLY DASH \ 



North Weymouth 

"Bev" . . . always on the go . . . college 
will determine her undecided career. 

Band 9.10,11; Honors 9.10,11; Hy-Voc 
Gazelle 11, 12; French Club 11: Spanish 
Club 11: Lunch Room Cashier 10; South 
Eastern Music Festival 10,11. 




Engineer 



Jack" . . . full of pep . . . good worker 
. . cooperative and friendly . . . will be 
successful engineer. 



Key Club 10,11,12; President 12; Camera 
Club II; Football Usher 12; High Honors 
9,10,11; Latin Certificate of Honorable 
Merit 1 0; Hy-Voc Gazette 1 1 ; Yearbook 
Staff 12; Junior Usher 11. 



THOMAS DELAHUNT 

South Weymouth 



M illionaire 



"Del" ... he may be quiet but he is 
always willing to help ... he tinkers 
with cars . . . college is his goal. 




ANN DELOREY 

East Weymouth Private secretary 

Ann . . . roller skating and dancing fan 
. . . making spares and strikes is her aim. 

Gregg Transcription Certificate 60, 80, 1 I; 
100, 12; Typewriting Certificate 51, LI; 
Mrs. Masters' and Mr. Mulkern s Secretary 
12; Who's Who 12; Attendance Slips 12; 
Lunch Room Assistant. 9; Camera Club, 9. 



JAMES DeNEILL 
Weymouth 



Lawyer 



PAUL DePLACIDO 



East Weymouth 



Automotive engineer 



Paul . . . quiet and reserved in school . . . 
aggressive and tough on the gridiron . . . 
he'll achieve his career in the engineering 
field. 

Football 9.10.11,12; Student Marshal 10. 
11,12; Honors 9: High Honors 10,11; 
Junior Rotarian 11; Junior Nominating 

Li. 



"Jim" . . . smiling and friendly . . . 
cars seem to be his fascination . . . his 
fondness for arguments should make him 
a good lawyer. 

Eook Room Duty 10; Baseball 9; Student 
Marshal 11,12. 



CHARLENE DIBBLE 

Weymouth Medical secretary 

"Charl" . . . her eyes are the fairest blue 
... a college bound cutie with personality- 
plus. 

Student Council 11; Corresponding Secre- 
tary 12; Cheerleader 9.12; Class Treasurer 
12; Honors 10,11; High Honors 9; Dra- 
matic Club 11,12; French Club 10; Pep 
Club 10; Spanish Club II; Latin Certifi- 
cate of Superior Merit 1 0; Reflector Liter- 
ary Staff 12. 



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\n RNA DiUONA 

Ease Weymouth Model 

' Myrnz " ... a live wire in the business 
course . . . dancing is her favorite pastime. 

South Junior High, Quincy 9; Quincy High 
10; Class Motto 11; Sub Cheerleader 12; 
Honors 9,10,11; Mr. Hilmer Nelson's 
Secretary 11.12; Gregg Transcription Cer- 
tificate 60, 80. 11; 100, 120, 12; Type- 
writing Certificate 55. 11; Student Marshal 
11,12. Hy-Voc Gazette 12. 



PAUL DILLON 
Weymouth 



Printing 



Dug Eye'' ... a soft-spoken boy who 
doesn't say much, but usually makes his 

presence felt. 

Open House Exhibit 10. 



ROBIK I DOIll I 

East Weymouth 



Carpentry 



"Bob'' ... a fine person to know 
somewhat bashful, but getting over it 
cars are his hobby. 



Merit Award 10; Honors 10,11; 
room Duty I I . 



Lunch 



III \ I R1CI l)ONO\ W 

Weymouth Private secretary 

"Bca" . . . pleasing smile and personality 
... a would-be traveler but no place to 

go. 

Choir 9; t ap and Gown 12; Badminton 9; 
Softball 9; Volleyball 9; Fashion Show 9. 



M VRII Ol DiGH VVIO 
East Weymouth 



Hairdresser 



"Lou'' . . . may be small in size but great 
in personality . . . she attracts many with 
her merry laughter. 

Mr. Mazzola's Secretary 12; Lunch Room 
Assistant 9.10.11; Hy-Voi Gazette Typist 
12; Dramatic Club II; Fashion Show 9. 
Pep Club 10; Softball 9. 



JIM I I A l)i\ll ( O 

North Weymouth Merchandise buyer 

Jinctta ... a clever seamstress . . . always 
smiling. 

Miss Toomcy's Secretary 11,12; Yearbook 
Policy Staff 12; Honors 9.1(1. Dramatic 
Club 1 1.12. Grammar School Messenger 9. 
10; Pep Club 10; Fashion Show 11; Type- 
writing Certificate 15. II; 52. 12; Field 
Hockey 9. Open House Exhibit 9. 





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(IIMHIS DOWIIl I 

North Weymouth Landscape architect 

( harlic" • • • clever on and off the skat- 
ing rink . . . cooperative and eager. 
F. F. A. 9.10.1 1.12. 



|l 1)1 I M DOM)Y \\ 

South Weymouth Registered nurse 

Judy'' . . . great zeal and ambition . . . 
a happy disposition. 

Glee Club 9; Volleyball 9. 




Rl< I I \RI> DONO\ \\ 

North Weymouth 



Printing 



"Jerry"' ... a live wire and handsome 
... a good printer . . . football is his 
game. 

Vocational Class President 12; Student 
Government Chairman 12; Football 11.12; 
Merit Award 12; Honors 10,11. 



JOSEPH Dl KIM -i 

East Weymouth 



Sheet Metal 



"Joe"' ... a charmer with lots of poise, 
but still just one of the boys. 

Football 9,10,11; Baseball 9,10; Basket- 
ball 9.10; Lunchroom Duty 9. 



I DVVARI) DOYLE 

North Weymouth Electronics engineer 

"Ted"' . . . with the girls he's shy . . . 
but he s really a likable guy. 

A. V. Club 12; Lab Assistant 12; Spring 
Track 9,10; Winter Track 9: Science Fair 
Exhibit 9,10; Open House 10. 



CI U \I.DI\I I>\V1 I I' 



East Weymouth 

Gerry" . . . 
office worker. 



a friend to al 



Secretary 
. a good 



Dramatic Club 10,11,12; Typewriting 
Certificate 52, 11; Mr. Ghiorse s Secretary 
12; Hy-Voc Gazette 11; Pep Club 9.10,11: 
Badminton 9.10; Softball 9.10; Basketball 
9,10; Office Helper 11.12: Fashion Show 
10; Football Assembly 12. 



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PATRICK DWYER 
Weymouth 



Salesman 



"Pat" ... an ambitious lad beaming with 
laughter and friendliness. 

Football Usher 12; Hy-Voc Gazette 12; 
Chorus 9. 



ELAINE EACOBACCI 

East Weymouth Stenographer 

Elaine . . . fashions and hockey are her 
extra-curricular interests . . . business sub- 
jects her school interests. 

Mr. Turcotte's Secretary 12; Junior Nomi- 
nating 11; Senior Nominating 12; Class 
Banquet 12; Typewriting Certificate 45. 
11; Dramatic Club 11,12; Open House 
Exhibit 9; Fashion Show 10; Field Hockey 
10; Pep Club 10. 




BERTHA EDSON 
South Weymouth 



Telephone operator 
con- 



"Bert" ... a good homemaker 
side-rate of others. 

Basketball 9; Softball 9; Volleyball 9; 
Clothing Laboratory Assistant 10,11,12; 



SHIRLEY ELLIS 

North Weymouth 

"Shirl" . . . quiet and friendly 
conscientious student. 



Nurse 



Future Nurses' Club 1 1.12; Dramatic Club 
11.12; Pep Club 10; Jack O'Lantern 
Jump, Decorating 12. 



PAUL EMBERLEY 

South Weymouth Wholesale salesman 

Paul ... at bowling he is great ... a 
super salesman is his fate. 

Hy-Voc Gazette 1 1 ; Class Motto 1 I ; Foot- 
ball Usher 12. 



JANE1 1 / 1 K 1 1 I 

South Weymouth 



Secretary 



Zeke" ... a pretry face and friendly 
smile . . . uc busines course suits her . . . 
a secretarial career is her ideal. 

Dramatic Club 11; Pep Club 10; Hy-Voc 
Gazette II: Fashion Show 9; Open House 
Exhibit 9.10; Softball 9.10; Basketball 9. 
10; Choir 10; Badminton 9. 



J VMES FAIRFIELD 



Weymouth 



Electronics technician 



"Tiny" ... a true friend as we all know 
... in sports he is a fiery soul . . . but 
electronics is his real goal. 

Bordentown M. A., New Jersey 9.10 
Yearbook 10; Football 9,10,11,12; Base 
ball 9,10; Wrestling 10; Basketball 10 
Drill Team 10; Farewell Assembly 11 
Thanksgiving Assembly 11,12; Skirmisher 
Staff, Bordentown 9,10. 



Secretary 
. . noted 



M ARLENE FELCH 

North Weymouth 

Marlene . . . earnest . . . quiet 
for her good sportsmanship. 



Choir 11; Badminton 10,11; Dramatic 
Club 12; Jack O'Lantern Jump 12; Pep 
Club 10: Open House Exhibit 10; Volley- 
ball 9. 



JOAN FARRELLY 
South Weymouth 



"Joanie" 
gaiety . 



. . sincere . . 
a clever writer 



Secretary 
bursting with 



Library Assistant 9: Basketball 9; Softball 
9; Volleyball 9; Honors 9,10,11; Gregg 
Transcription Certificate 60, SO, 11; 100, 
12; Miss Flaherty's Secretary 12. 



East Weymouth 




KENNETH ERICSON 



Engineer 

lanky Swede with an edu- 
his hair is envied by all 



Student Council 9; Student Marshal 11, 
12; Baseball 9; Basketball 9; Football 9. 
10.11,12; Spring Track 10,11; Winter 
Track 10.11.12; Open House Exhibit 11. 
12; Farewell Assembly 11; Who's Who 
12; Badminton 9; Decorating Committee 
9. 



JAMES FABYAN 

Weymouth Air Force navigator 

"Jim" ... to improve his knowledge 
he'll go to college ... to be a flier is his 
greatest desire. 

Cap and Gown Committee 1 2; Open House 
Committee 12; Honors 9- 



PHILLIP FERAZZI 

Plymouth 



Auto Repair 



Flip" . . a dependable lad who served 
us well on the student council . . . basket- 
ball is his favorite sport . . . don't let his 
shyness fool you. 

Student Council 12; Lunchtoom Duty 11, 
1 2; Honors 1 1 . 




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Weymouth Secretary 

"Mightic" ... a tiny blond with loids of 
personality . . . her friends are many . . . 
with her L Q. she II be a model secretary. 

Mr. DiSessa s Secretary 12; Junior Party 
II; Typewriting Certificate 47. 11; Drum 
Majorette 12; D.A.R. Candidate 12. Hy- 
Voc Gazelle 11,12; Reflcitor Advertising 
12; Student Council 9; Dramatic Club 1 I. 



JO \\ I I I' I' I I 

South Weymouth 



Air Line stewardess 



"Elvis" . . . though quiet and shy she is 
fun to be with ... a smooth dancer like 
her sister. 

Camp l-eieutic High. X. C. It; l'|'|ier- 
Darbj High. Ha. Id. II; Dance Com- 
mittrc 9; XurscV Aid 9; Pan American 
Club 10: Play 1'sher II; Dance Com- 
mittee II; Acorn Slaf 7 10. II. 



II I WOP. I l\( I I 

North Weymouth 



Sec retary 



"Babe" . . . she's a flash on the ice . . . 
on roller skates too ... in typing and 
shorthand she shows great speed. 

Gregg Transcription Certificate 60, I 1 . 80, 
12; Certificate of Merit in Shorthand II; 
Miss Glostcr's Secretary 11.12; Typing 
Certificate M>, II: Softball 9.10.11; Bad- 
minton 10; Dramatic (dub 11,12. 



JO-ANN FIRLOTTE 
East Weymouth 



Secretary 



Jo-Ann . . . graceful on skates and on 
the dance floor . . . the quiet type ... a 
loyal friend. 



JOAN FORR1 STEP. 
North Weymouth 



Sc\ rcur\ 



"Salty" ... a great dancer we all agree 
. . . always seems to have a problem. 

Junior Party 11; Sophomore Party 10; 
Mr. Lyons's Office 10; Farewell Assem- 
bly II; Home Room Messenger 10; H v- 
Voc Gazette 11; Pep Club 9. 10; Choir 
11; Open House Exhibit 9; Dramatic 
Club 11; Softball 9, 10; Basketball 9. 10. 



PATRICIA 1 OS I I K 



Weymouth 



Secretary 



"Pat" 
always 



. . full of pep and vitality 
cheerful word for everyone. 



Nazareth High 10; Honors 10,11; Gregg 
Transcription Certificate 60, 10; Miss 
Norris's Secretary 11,12; Hy-Voc Gazette 
11,12; Farewell Assembly 11; Dramatic 
Club 12; Basketball 11. 




Jl'DITH FORTIFR 

East Weymouth Nurse 

"Judy" . . . neat, atractive, shy . . . she 
has a twinkle in her eye. 

Furure Nurses' Club 10.11,12: Dramatic 
Club 10.11.12; French Club 11: Pep Club 
10; Spanish Club 11.12; Student Marshall 
11.12; Badminton 9,10: Basketball 9.10. 
11; Softball 9.10; Volleyball 9.10; Hy-Voc 
Gazette 11,12. 



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South Weymouth 



NufSC 



"Jem" ... a terrific dancer . . . though new 
to Weymouth she has won many friends 
by her gay personality. 

Camp Lejeune High. N. C. 9; Majorette 
9; Christmas Decorating Committee 9; 
Upper Darby High. Pa., 10,11; Sopho- 
more Dance 10; Swimming Manager 10. 
1 1 : Junior Play. Make-up Committee 1 1 ; 
Pan American Club 11. 



U \l I'll II PRIM . Jr. 

South Weymouth 

Physical Education teathet 

"Snork" . . . care free and nonchalant . . . 
active in sports. 

Student Marshal II. 12; Jack O'l.antef 
Jump 12; Pumpkin Hop 11. Basketball 
11.12; Junior Parry II; Football 9.10.11. 

12. 



CHARLES FINLAYSON 

North Weymouth Mechanical engineer 



< harhc 
of fame . 



. . a football player and one 
in track he has made a name. 



Football 9.10.1 1.12; Winter Track 9.10, 
I 1.12; Spring Track 9.10,12; Class Motto 
II; Student Marshal 12; Farewell Assem- 
bly 11. 



M \so\ FLEMING 

South Weymouth 

Naval Commissioned Officei 



"Masc" . . . small but fast . . . track's 
his favorite sport. 

Spring Track 10.11.12; Winter Track 10. 
11,12; Student Council 9; Cross Country 
10; Football 9: Senior Nominating 12: 
Class Banquet 12; Decorating Committee 
9; Assembly Committee. 



WILLIAM FOSTER 
North Weymouth 



Draftsman 



"Bill" . . . head and shoulders above the 
crowd. 




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JUDITH FRANK 

South VC'evraouth 



Nurse 



"Judy" . . . studies hard . . . never 
shirks . . . someday she'll be an efficient 
head nurse. 



Math Club 12; Choir 11; 
Softball 9; Basketball 9- 



BARBARA FRIES 

South Weymouth 



Volleyball 9; 



Buyer 



Barb" . . . good at sewing as we all know 
. . . pretty as a picture . . . ever on the 
go- 
Library Assistant 9; Choir 9; Badminton 9; 
Basketball 9.10; Lunch Room Assistant 9; 
Fashion Show 9.10,11; Cap and Gown 12. 



ROBERT GARNER 
Weymouth 



Journalist 



"Bob" ... a casual lad . . . makes 
friends easily ... a "sharp" dresser. 

Honors 11: A. V. Club 9: Lighting for 
Plays and Assemblies 9; Office Helper 9. 



JOHN (.1 KM \I\ 

South Weymouth Carpentry 

"Johnny" . . . takes kidding . . . loves 
to dance ... an avid bowling fan and an 
excellent carpenter. 

Merit Award 11; Honors 10.11; Student 
Council 11,12; Junior Usher II; Dance 
Committee 10,11; Lunchroom Dury 10,11, 
12; Open House Exhibit 10,11. 



ROBERT FRENCH 

South Weymouth 



Engineer 



Pete 
too . . 
one. 



. . easy going . . . good natured, 
a big fellow in more ways than 



Camera Club 10; High Honors 9; Honors 
10,11. 



HI ssl I I Fl I I I R 

North Weymouth 



Carpentry 



"Russ" . . . football is his game . . . 
smart as a whip . . . hopes some day to 
be a building contractor. 

Merit Award Plaque Winner 10,11; Stu- 
dent Council 11,12; Merit Award 11,12; 
High Honors 10; Honors 11; Football 10, 
11,12; Baseball 10.11; Junior Class Motto 
Committee 11; Lunchroom Duty 10,11. 
12. 





JUDITH GAROFALO 

South Weymouth Teacher 

"Judy" . . . dresses smart ... has pride 
in her work . . . fun to be with . . . 
pretty and pert. 

Chorus 9; Choir 10,11; Volleyball 12; 
Reflector Advertising Staff 12; Hy-Voc 
Gazette Circulation Staff 12; Future Teach- 
ers 12. 



ANN GERRIER 

East Weymouth 

Ann . . . tall and pretty . . 
time . . . active in sports 
teacher of the future. 



Teacher 

gay all the 

. . a good 



Future Nurses' Club 10; Future Teachers' 
Club 12; Pep Club 10; Choir 10, 11 
Volleyball 12; Lunch Room Assistant 9,10 
Voice of Democracy contest winner 1 1 
Reflector Art Staff 9,10,11; Class Motto 
1 1. 




PATRICK GERRISH 

North Weymouth 



Repairman 



"Pat" ... as free as a breeze . . . owner 
of many cars . . . usually seen with Jim 
Gerstel. 



ELIZABETH GEWECKE 

South Weymouth Air-line hostess 



. full of fun 

. soon to be 



"Betty" ... a pretty face 
. . . basketball's her game 
a telephone operator. 



Choir 9; Badminton 9; Basketball 9,10; 
Field Hotkey 9: Softball 9,10; Volleyball 
9,10; Fashion Show 9. 



JAMES GERSTEL 

Weymouth 



Navy pilot 



"Jim" . . . small but mighty . . . always 
up to something . . . usually seen with 
Pat Gerrish. 



SAVINO GIANNONE 

North Weymouth 



Printing 



"Sam" . . . chubby and good-natured . . . 
he moves slowly, but he'll make a fine 
printer and will always have friends. 

Open House Exhibit 1 1 ; Lunchroom Duty 
12. 



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OTIS GODFREY 

North Weymouth Electrical engineer 

"Oats" . . . fearless football guard . . . 
a' real muscle man ... a comedian at 
heart. 

Student Marshall 11,12. Football 9.10,11, 
12, Co-Captain 12; Spring Track 9.10,11, 
12; Winter Track 9.10.11.12; Honors 10, 
11; Junior Party 11; Junior Rotarian 12; 
Junior Decorating 11; Farewell Assembly 
11. 



[AMES GOMES 

South Weymouth 



Electrics] engineer 



"Jack" ... an interesting anl agreeable 
guy . . . bowling is his pastime ... a 
clever and quiet sense of humor. 



Spring Track 10; Winter Track 10 
Country I o, 1 I . 



( 1 1 \ in i \i GOODROW 

Weymouth Secretary 

"Charly" . . . friendly and neat . . . just 
the type for a secretarial job ... for 
efficiency she's hard to beat. 

Student Council 9. Honors 10; Sciretary 
to Mr. Klay 11.12; Gregg Transcription 
Certificate 11; Typewriting Certificate 11; 
Attendance Slips 12; Class Motto I 1; Office 
Helper 9; Lunch Room Cashier 9. 



ROB1 I' I GOLD! HWA1 I I 

Weymouth Engineer 

Bob" ... a regular hi-fi man . . . 
intellectual and strong . . . either practic- 
ing basketball or reading a good book. 

Cross Country 10; Football 9; Winter 
Track 10; Basketball 9; Book Room Duty 
9. Mathematics Club 12. 



miii m <,ooi>ro\y 



Weymouth 



Air line hostess 
full of 



"Lee" ... an attractive lass . 
fun on and off the tennis court. 

Choir 9; Badminton 9 Basketball 9.10; 
Field Hockey 9; Softball 9; Volleyball 9. 
10; Jack O Lantern Jump. Decorating 12; 
Fashion Show 9; Home Room Messenger 

12. 



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KOI \\l) (.OODWIN 

North Weymouth 



Carpentry 



"Goody" ... a calm good-natured indus- 
trious fellow . . . likes football . . . ex- 
pects to be in the service soon. 

Who's Who Committee 12; Honors 11; 
Lunchroom Duty 11,12; Open House Ex- 
hibit II. 



| \\K I GORM VIS 

Weymouth 



Teacher 



"Jan" . . . lots of study . . . lots of fun 
. . . good at sports . . . and friendly too. 

Badminton 9; Mathematics Club 9; Radio 
and T.V. Club 9; Camera Club 9; Music 
Club 9; Knitting Club 9; Basketball 9: 
Volleyball 9; Tennis 9; Honor Roll 9; 
Home Room Messenger 11: Senior Dec 
orating 12; Future Teachers of America 
12. 



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PAUI GRAHAM 

South Weymouth 



Electrical engineer 



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"Rock" . . . casual . . . usually seen with 
the fellows ... an ardent hockey fan. 

Basketball 9; Cross Country 10; Book 
Room Dury 11; Honors 10.11; High 
Honors 9; Mathematics Club 12. 



K \ I EiLEEN GR \ N I 

North Weymouth Teacher 

"Kitty" ... a peppy sub ... an infec- 
tious giggle and smile in her eyes . . . 
always in style. 

High Honors 9.10; Honors 11: Student 
Council IX; Reflector Literary Staff 12; 
Cheerleader, Sub. 12; Senior Nominating 
12; Junior Parry 11; F.T.A. Club, Vice 
President 12; Class Banquet 12. 



U I SI I "I GRA< I 

Weymouth 



Electrical engineer 



"Wes" ... a sharp dresser . . . with many 
friends . . . clever and smart . . . always 
in on the fun. 

Mathematics Club. Vice President 12; 
Who's Who 12; Class Motto II; HyVoc 
Cazeue 12; Honors 10,11: High Honors 
9; Assembly Committee 9: 2Jrd Psalm 
Essay w inner 9- 



ROBERT GRAHAM 

Weymouth Business executive 

Bob" . . . quiet but dependable ... a 
pleasant disposition ... an eager worker. 

Football Usher 10; Secretary to Mr. Pratt 
12. 



CAROL GREEN 

Weymouth Nurse 

Carol ... a delightful girl with a happy- 
smile ... a ready and willing worker 
... an ice skating fan. 

Future Nurses' Club 10.11,12; Spanish 
Club 11,12; Policy Committee 12; Library- 
Assistant 9; H)-Voc Gazette 1 1 : Dramatics 
Club 11.12: Open House Exhibit 11: 
Volleyball 9.10. 



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EDNA GREEN 
East Weymouth 



Teacher 



DAVID GRINDLE 

South Weymouth Auto Repair 

Farmer" . . . English is his favorite 
subject . . . always being "kidded " about 
being a farmer . . . hunting anJ roller 
skating are his hobbies ... an able indi- 
vidual. 

Merit Award Plaque Winner 1 I : Merit 
Award 11. 12; Honors 10; High Honors 
11; Student Government 11. 12. 



PATRICIA H \DLI Y 

South Weymouth 



Secretary 



Gail . . . industrious . . . often found 
practicing for her secretarial career . . . 
an eager bowling fan. 

Dramatic Club 11; Junior Nominating 11; 
Mr. Longridge's Secretary II. 12. 



JOAN HAMBLIN 

North Weymouth 



Commercial artist 



"Joanie" . . . tops in personality ... a 
carefree smile . . . always ready for fun 
... an artist for sure. 

High Honors 9; Honors 10.11; Reflector 
Art Staff 10.11; Yearbook Art Editor 
12; Junior Mono Committee II; Badmin- 
ton 9,10.11; Volleyball 9,10.11. 



ELIZABETH HANDRAHAN 

North Weymouth Airline hostess 

' Jeanie" ... a sports enthusiast . . . 
dancing and skating her specialties ... so 
quiet we hardly knew she was near. 

Cheerleader 9: Lunch Room Assistant 9, 
10; Open House 9; Field Hockey 9. 



Edna . . . eyes sparkling and smiling . . . 
happiness personified . . . usually doing 
something for others. 

High Honors 9; Honors 10,11; Student 
Marshall 10.11,12; Senior Nominating 12; 
Class Banquet 12; Spanish Club 11, Presi- 
dent 12; Future Nurses Club 10,11, Vice 
President 12. 



CAROL GRIBBONS 

South Weymouth Nurse 

"Cal" . . . fond of listening to records or 
radio . . . good in languages ... an 
amiable disposition. 

Dramatic Club 11.12: Future Nurses' 10; 
Pep Club 10,11; Refreshment Committee 
9; Spanish Club 11,12; French Club 11; 
Reflector Literary Staff 9; Library Assistant 
9; Home Room Messenger 11. 



DOROTHY HAMILTON 

South Weymouth 



"Dottie" ... a queen on skates . . . 
ways on her toes ... a real football fan 
. . . wears snappy and stylish clothes. 

Choir 9; Dramatic Club 9,12; Student 
Marshal 9; Assistant Student Council 9; 
Badminton 9; Basketball 9; Field Hockey 
9; Softball 9; Fashion Show 9; Pep Club 
1 1; Office Helper 11, 12. 



SANDRA GRENIER 

North Weymouth Interior decorator 

"Sandy" ... a girl who is always on the 
go . . . she's lots of fun and great to 
know. 

Dramatic Club 12; Choir 11; Open House 
Exhibit 11; Who's Who 12; Badminton 
10,11; Tennis 10,11; Volleyball 10; Soft- 
ball 10. 



GUY GRIFFIN 

South Weymouth 

Guy ... a real card 
more than a minute 
out a grin. 



Florist 

. seldom quiet for 
. never seen with- 



F.F.A. 9,10,11,12; F.F.A. Reporter 12. 




ROBERT GIULIANI 

East Weymouth 



Printing 



"Yabbo" generally quiet, but can be mis- 
chievious sometimes . . . good at his trade 
. longs to be a working m.in. 

Open House Exhibit 11. 



CHARLES HALL 

East Weymouth 



Cabinetmaking 



"Chick" ... a skilled worker at his trade 
. . . a fun-loving companion ... a basket- 
ball player from the Heights. 

ernment 11: Dance Committee 12; Open 
House Exhibit 10,11: Honors 10,11. 
Basketball 10; Football 9: Student Gov- 



JANET HANSEN 
North Weymouth 



Secretary 



Janet . . . neat in appearance . . . fre- 
quently seen at the movies . . . dancing, 
swimming, and skating her favorite activ- 
ities. 

Yearbook Policy Committee 12; Typewrit- 
ing Certificate 48. 11; Open House Ex- 
hibit 10; Fashion Show 11; Choir 11; 
Dramatic Club 11; Pep Club 10; Sopho- 
more Party 9. 





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Weymouth 



Stenographer 



"She " . . . enjoys business machines . . . 
vs hen sad she is silent . . . when happy she 
is talkative. 

Basketball 9; Softball 9; Volleyball 9: 
Fashion Show 9. 



I II I I AN II \ uu u,in 

East Weymouth 



Sec retary 



"Di" . . . always happy and smiling . . . 
often seen bowling . . . with her experi- 
ence she II make an efficient secretary. 

Mr. Roddy's Secretary 12; Lunch Room 
Assistant 9.10.11; Dramatic Club II; Pep 
Club 9; Fashion Show 9; Softball 9. 



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GERARD II \\ II \M> 

Weymouth 



Civil engineer 



"Gerry" ... a man of action on and off 
the football held . . . ambitious. 

Football 9.10.11.12; Baseball 9; Track 10, 
11,12; Physics Lab Assistant 12; A. V. 
Club 9; Honors 10. 



SANDR \ III GGBI Ol) 

Oast Weymouth 



Sci retary 



"Sandy" . . . cooperative and courteous 
... a good sense of humor . . . always 
happy and cheerful. 

Typewriting Certificate 61. 11; Mr. Whit- 
tcmorc's Secretary 12; Mr. J. Nelsons 
Secretary 12; Lunch Room Assistant 9,10. 
11; Hy-Vot Gazelle Typist 12; Fashion 
Show 9.10,11; Jack O Lantern lump 12. 
Pep Club 9.10; Softball 9. 



DAVID HILBER1 

East Weymouth 



Artist 



"Dave" . . . serious . . . congenial . . . 
drawing is his pastime . . . though quiet, 
he is well known. 

Class History 12; Junior Decorating 11. 



ALBERT HOLLANDER 

Weymouth Research engineer 

"Buzz" . . . pleasant personality . . . 
hunting is his pastime . . . fun to know 
. . . enthusiastic hockey fan and player. 

Football 9; Hockey 11,12; Spring Track 
10. 



I'K 1 1 VRD 1 1 VSS \N 

South Weymouth 



Salesman 



"Dick . . . popular in and out of school 
. . . likes to vocalize . . . aggressive and 
ingenious. 

Student Marshal 10. II. 12; Football 9. II). 
11.12; Student Council 9; Choir 9; Bas- 
ketball 9.10; Baseball 9.10; Track 9; 
Honor* '.I; Badminton 9; Volleyball 9. 




MARY MILSON 

South Weymouth 



I'K II \RD HASSI I I 

South Weymouth Electrical engineer 

"Dick" . . . quiet and studious . . . de- 
pendable friend ... he knows what he- 
wants. 

Badminton 9; Softball 9. Volleyball 9. 



N \ N ( s, I I \ / I I I I 

South Weymouth 



I i ji lit i 



"Nan . . . fond of children ... a pleas- 
ant smile for everyone . . . courteous . . . 
she has the assets of a good teacher. 

Reflet lor Literary Staff 12; Future Teachers 
Club 12; Dramatic Club 11.12; French 
Club 1 1 ; Volleyball 9; Softball 9; Basket- 
ball 9; Chorus 9- 



|l 1)1111 III MM 

East Weymouth 



Nurse 



"Judy" . . . well-liked by all . . . easy 
to get along with . . . will make a good 
nurse. 

Future Nurses Club 10,11,12; Spanish 
Club II; Basketball 9.11.12; Softball 10. 
II: Open House Exhibit 11,12; Home 
Room Messenger 10.11; Lunch Room 
Assistant 9.10.1 1; Lunch Room cashier I 1; 
Hy-Voc Gazelle Staff 11, Junior Nominat- 
ing 11. 



Telephone operator 



Mary . . . likes to dance . . . eager to start 
work ... a clear, pleasing voice. 

Choir 9: Badmintin 9: Baseball 9; Basket- 
ball 9; Softball 9; Valleyball 9: Lunch 
Room Assistant 9.10; Cap and Gown Com- 
mittee 12. 



I 1)W \l<[) HOP! Y 

North Weymouth Civil engineer 

"Eddie" . . . always a smile . . . casual 
manner. 

Football 9; Jack O Lantern Jump 12. 




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Ol'LTON HUES 

South W eymouth Electronic engineer 

"Ollie" . . . congenial . . . cars are his 
hobby. 

Norwell High 9: Scudent Marshal 12; 
Football Usher 12; Farewell Assembly 11. 



GEORGE HUMES 
South Weymouth 



Sheet Metal 



George . . . school and work rake up 
much of his time ... a hard worker . . . 
a firm believer in the right. 

Honors 10. 



CHARLES HI RD 
Weymouth Heights 



Doctor of Medicine 



Charlie" ... an exceptional friend . . . 
versatile and enthusiastic traveler and lec- 
turer . . . faithful and dependable. 

Honors 9. 1 0, 1 1 ; Maroon and Gold Editor 
1 1 ; Latin Certificate of Superior Merit 1 1 ; 
A. F. S. Scholarship 1 1 ; Student Council. 
President 12; Good Government Repre- 
sentative 12; Junior Rotarian 12; Track 
9.10.11.12; Football 9,10; Junior Usher 
11. 



DORIS JACKSON 
South Weymouth 



Medical secretary- 



Doris . . . cheerful at all times. . . a 
capable worker . . . friends she has many. 

Student Marshal 11.12; Softball 9.10: 
Honors 9.10; Basketball 9.10; Volleyball 
9.10; Badminton 9. 10; Glee Club 9; 
Open House Exhibit 11; Spanish Club 11; 
Cap and Gown Commitee 12 




PETER Hl'HTANEN 

W eymouth Mechanical engineer 

Hoot' ... a popular fellow . . . numer- 
ous activities in and out of school . . . 
works hard for what he wants. 

Student Marshal 11.12; Football 9,10; 
Farewell Assembly 11; Honors 11; Junior 
Party 11; Class Motto 11; Senior Nomi- 
nating 12; Class Banquet 12. 



SUSANNA HUNT 
South W eymouth 



Secretary 



"Susie'' . . . pleasant and amiable . . . 
likes office work . . . will make a good 
secretary . . . school is her pleasure. 

Camera Club 1 1 ; Band 9; Orchestra 9; 
Lunch Room Assistant 9,10,11; Type- 
writing Certificate 46, 11; Who's Who 12: 
Miss Vining's Secretary 12; Mr. Mulkern s 
Secretary 12. 























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IVER JACOBSEN 
Weymouth 



Dairy farmer 



Iver ... a good worker . . . always smiling 
. . . quiet in manner ... a likable person. 

F. F. A. 9,10.11,12; Honors 10,11. 



ROBERT JACQUES 
South Weymouth 



Printing 



Bob" . . . generally in the right place 
at the wrong time, or vice versa ... he 
makes his presence known. 

Boston Technical High School 10; Open 
House Exhibit 10. 



DANA JACKSON 
Weymouth 



Carpentry 



"Jack" . 
share . . 
baseball 
soon. 



. . willing to do more than his 
a friend to all . . . likes to play 
. . expects to be in the service 



Honors 11; Open House Exhibit 10,11; 
Lunchroom Duty 10,11,12; Who's Who 
Committee 12; A.V. Club 9; Senior Play 
Scenery 9; Merit Award 12. 



RICHARD JACOBS 

Weymouth 



Designer 



Dick ... a real gentleman . . . genial 
and efficient . . . school and sports are his 
interests. 

Football LIsher 10; Typewriting Certificate 
II; Who's Who 12; State Music Festival 
9; Choir 9; Volleyball 9; Attendance Slips 
12 



DONALD JACOBSEN 

East Weymouth Barber 

"Jake" . . . versatile in dance and song 
. . . already gives a good haircut ... a 
good talker. 

Student Marshal 12; Choir 9; Badminton 
9; Baseball 9; Basketball 9; Hockey 11, 
12; Football 9,10,11,12; Volleyball 9; 
Farewell Assembly 1 1 ; Spring Concert 
Usher 1 1 ; Victory Dance 1 1 ; Sophomore 
Decorating 10; Junior Party 11; Senior 
Party 12; Senior Prom 12 



MARIE JUNG 
North Weymouth 



Teacher 



Marie ... a smile in her eyes . . . always 
seen witn her books open . . . joic dc vivre. 

High Honors 9. 10; Honors 11: Student 
Council 10, 11; Reflector Literary Staff 11, 
12; Class Nominating 11, 12; Class Ban- 
quet 12; Victory Dance 11; Farewell As- 
sembly II: Hy-Voc Gazette 12; Dramatic 
Club 11.12; Student Marshal 10,11,12; 
Spanish Club 1 1 : French Club 11; F. F. A. 
< lub 12. 



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CI I VRLES KAN K 
Weymouth 



Electrical eoglOMr 



"Charlie" . . . restless and carefree . . . 
stock cars anJ debating are his pleasures 
. . . often spends his week ends in New 
Hampshire. 

Student Marshal 12; Football 9; Intra- 
mural Basketball 9; Intramural Badminton 

9. 



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Whitman 



Auto Repair 



"Jim" ... an excellent mechanic . . . 
usually seen in his spare time driving 
around in his '"><> Mercury. 

Open House Exhibit II; (.ap and Gown 
Committee 1 2. 



WALTER KEARNEY 

Weymouth CbCmicjJ engineer 

"Ed" . . . always a smile . . . versatile 
. . . willing to give a helping hand . . . 

a man of action. 

Baseball 10; Basketball 10. 



I EO KEENAN 
Hull 



Army officer 



"Lee" . . . restless, never in one place 
for two minutes . . . many interests. 

F. F. A. 9.10; Sentinel 11; President 12; 
F. F. A. State Dairy Cattle Judging Team 
12; F. F. A. State Public Speaking Contest. 




Kl SSI I I K \l<l IU KG 

South Weymouth 



Auto Repair 



"Swede" . .. good look".ng .'"id n^w&yt 

well-groomed ... a real mechanic . . . 
his disposition matches his smile. 

Year Book Policy Committee 12; Honors 
1 I. 



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JOHN Kl \M 

Weymouth 



Aircraft-mechanic 



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John planning a military career . . . 

enjoys reading . . . seen daily in the Li 
brary. 

A. V. Club 9. Book Room Duty 10.11. 




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Rl TH KELLY 

North Weymouth Nurse 

"Snook" . . . mikes everyone happy 
around her . . . seen at school dances and 
football games. 

Future Nurses Club 10.11.12; Camera 
Club 10,11; Dramatic Club 12; Student 
Marshal 9; Farewell Assembly 11; Office 
Helper 11; Pep Club 10; Badminton 9.10. 
11; Basketball 9.10.11; Softball 9,10.11; 
Tennis 9.10; Volleyball 9.10.11; Hjroc 
Gazette 1 1 . 



DELBERT KETCHAM 

South Weymouth Farmer 

Here s "Ketch" . . . usually "Ketching" 
that ball . . . serious-minded ... a hard 
worker . . . wants to own his own farm. 

Honors 9; High Honors 10; F. F. A. 9, 
10.11,12, Vice-President 10, President II. 



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North Weymouth Business administration 

' Joanic" . . . serious but cheerful . . . 
she likes to study. 

Future Nurses' Club 9.10.1 I; Dramatic 
Club II; French Club II. Farewell As 
sembly 1 I ; Junior Party 1 I : Finalist in 
Democracy Contest 12; Softball II. Or 
.hestra 9.10.1 1.12: Band 9.10; South 
Eastern Music Festival 9.10.1 1. 



|OSEPH Klin 

Weymouth 



Civil engineer 



"Joe" . . . basketball is his sport . . . 
Remarkable sports ability ... a real friend 
and first class tease. 

Basketball 9.10.11; Co<aptain 12; Base- 
ball 9.10; Football 9.11; Messenger 11; 
Student Council 9; Spring Concert 1 1 ; 
A. V. Club 9; Choir 9. 



I' \ I I'M I \ Kl RWIN 

East Weymouth Airline hostess 

"Pat" . . . the gal with the magic step 
. . . basketball she likes to play ... a 
story writer for Hyroc . . . she'll make her 
way. 

Girls' Latin School. Boston 9.10; Hyroc 
Gazette Literary Staff 11.12: Basketball 10, 
11,12; Softball 10.11.12; Christmas Dance 
Representative 9: Gym Meet 9.10. 



PHYLLIS KII.M.W 

Weymouth Teacher 

"Phyl" ... a petite miss with a rollick- 
ing laugh . . . often in the driver's seat 
of a blue convertible . . . with all she's 
a favorite. 

St. Aidan's High. Brookline 9.10; Class 
Treasurer 9: Latin Certificate of Honorable 
Merit 9; Choir 9.10: Future Teachers' 
Club 12: Dramatic Club 12; Who's Who 
12. 



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JACQUELYN KING 

East Weymouth 



Typist 



"Jackie" ... a sort of quiet, but a fine 
girl . . . avid roller-skating fan . . . good 
sport . . . soon to be taking dictation. 

Open House Exhibit 9,10; Football Usher 
9. 



MARCIA KOHLER 

East Weymouth 



Nurse 



PAUL KUJA 
South Weymouth 



Aviator 



Paul ... a sprinter from "Southie" . . . 
Thomas s double . . . he's itching to get 
his feet off the ground. 

Cross Country 10,11, Co-Captain 12; 
Winter Track 10,11,12; Spring Track 10. 
11. 



M WI TH I A1ITI 

South Weymouth 



Forestry surveyor 



"Buddy" . . . our transfer from Holbrook 
. . . with us he seems satisfied ... we 
wish him goodspeed. 

South Junior High, Quincy 9: Braintree 
High. Braintree 10; Sumner High, Hol- 
brook 1 1 . 



JOHN LAMOND 

Weymouth Doctor 

"Jack" . . . here's a boy of many tastes 
. . . basketball is his sport . . . on B. C. 
his heart is set. 

Baseball 9; Basketball 9.10,11; Football 9. 



KJELL LANG A AS 

Weymouth Aeronautical engineer 

Gulf" ... a sharp and flashy dresser 
. . . the owner of the world's hottest rod 
... he has natural knack for dancing . . . 
sure to find success. 

A. V. Club 9; Student Council 9; Cross 
Country 9,10; Spring Track 9.10,11; 
Winter Track 9,10,11,12; Student Mar- 
shal 11.12; Football Usher 12; Dramatic 
Club 12. 



Here's "Marsh" . . . full of vim and 
vigor . . . very popular . . . likes bowling 
and boys ... to assist in operations is her 
aim. 

Student Council 10; Student Marshal 12; 
Honors 10; Senior Prom 12; Grammar 
School Messenger 9.10; Maroon and Gold 
Staff 10.11,12; Future Nurses' Club 10, 
11,12. 




GEORGE LANE 

East Weymouth 



Marine engineer 



Skip" ... a blonde whose hair likes to 
curl . . . likes baseball . . . versatile . . . 
cooperative always is our "Skip." 

Honors 9,10; A. V. Club 9. Junior Usher 
1 1 ; Student Council 10; Football 9; Basket 
ball 9; Baseball 9.10,11; Football Usher 
12; Farewell Assembly 11. 



ARTHUR KINSMAN 

South Weymouth 



Engineer 



"Artie" ... a senior with a curl that 
atracts the girls ... a baseball player . . . 
a smile and a chuckle are synonymous with 
"Artie." 

Honors 10; Baseball 9.10; Basketball 10; 
11; Farewell Assembly 11; Junior Party 
1 1. 



ANN KOOPMAN 

North Weymouth 



Teacher 



"Koop" . . . champ at sailing . . . ever 
on the go . . . soft and gentle as a breeze 
... a three-R project she's soon to launch. 

Dramatic Club 12; Farewell Assembly 11; 
Pep Club 9.10; Future Nurses' Club 10, 
11; Jack O Lantern Jump 12; Badminton 
10,12; Basketball 10,12; Volleyball 10: 



THOMAS KUJA 

South Weymouth 



Marine infantryman 



Thomas ... a blonde wavy-haired south- 
paw . . . spurring on his team . . . he's 
training for service on foot. 

Cross Country 10,11, Co-Captain 12; 
Spring Track 10,11; Winter Track 10,11, 
12. 



KENNETH LAIDLAW 

North Weymouth General 

"Ken" . . . listening to Joe Smith is his 
pastime ... a record collector . . . really 
hep . . . soon to be another Eisenhower. 

Honors 9,10,11; Hyvoc Gazette 11,12; 
Class Motto 11; Math Club 12; Football 
Usher 12; Farewell Assembly 11; Jack 
O Lantern Jump 12. 



STEPHEN LANG 
Whitman 



Auto Repair 



"Sam" ... a handsome boy who likes 
mechanical drawing . . . makes a car look 
like new when a spray gun is in his 
hands. 




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Souch Weymouth 



Designer 



) \\l I I I Mil 

South Weymouth 



Receptionist 



lanet . . . often called "Blue Eyes" . . . 
a pert gal who loves to skate ... a book 
worm . . . she'll be a gracious hostess. 

Choir 9; Badminton 10; Volleybill 10; 
Fashion Show 10. tap and Gown ( ommit 
tee 12. 



ELAIN1 LEWIS 
Weymouth 



Medical technologist 



"Lainie" . . . one of our pep division . . . 
a physics star . . . the "beamingest" red 
head we know . . . she's our letter "U." 

Honors 11; Cheerleader 9.12; Sub-Cheer- 
leader 11; Class Motto 11; Senior Prom 
Co-Chairman 12; Farewell Assembly II; 
Dramatic Club 12; Pep Club 10; Victory 
Dance 11; Junior Nominating 11. 



JOHN 1.INDAHI 

South Weymouth 



Business manager 



John ... a lad who caddies on the Cape 
. . . fond of music, but not Elvis . . . 
his motto . . . now wait a minute. 

Band 12; Orchestra 12; Baseball 9, Foot- 
ball 9: Farewell Assembly 11; Lab 
Assistant 12. 



WILLIAM LOCKWOOD 

Weymouth Chemical engineer 

"Humph'' ... a nickname that belies his 
character ... a Johnny-on-the-spot book- 
room attendant . . . he's a pleasant chap. 

A. V. Club 9; Student Marshal 10,11,12; 
Baseball 10; Book Room Duty 12; Fare- 
well Assembly 9; Honors 9,10,11. 



Janet . . blonde and attractive . . . 
known by her good taste in clothes . . . 
soon to be typing in a big concern. 

Choir 9; Badminton 9; Field Hockey 9; 
Softball 9; Fashion Show 9; Basketball 1 1 . 



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East Weymouth Air Force draftsman 

"Al" ... a traveler from Frame to Frisco 
Bay . . . successful at sprinting . . . for 
Uncle Sam he s anxious to draw. 

Orleans American High School, Orleans 
I raruc 10.11. Class Vice President 10.11 

Baseball 10,11: Crow Country 10.11 
Winter Track 10.11. 



DAL1 LITCHFIELD 

South Weymouth 



Civil engineer 



Dale . . . real great kid . . . serious . . . 
the nine pins and puck a.e tops with him 
. . . soon to be "boss'' of a contracting 
company . 

Cap and Gown Committee 12; Farewell 
Assembly 11; Football 9.11; Baseball 9. 
10; Basketball 9; Softball 9.11. 



JACQUELINE LARSON 

Weymouth Secretary 

Jackie ... a miss who s forever play- 
ing records . . . soda-jerking in her spare 
time . . . she's a Wall-Street aspirant. 

Chorus 9; Lunch Room Assistant 9. Bad- 
minton 9. Basketball 9. Softball 9; Volley- 
ball 9; Pep Club 10, Typewriting Certifi- 
cate JO, 1 1 . 



WILLIAM LEITCH 
South Weymouth 



EDNA IOI 1) 

Weymouth 



Dress designer 



Eddie" ... a 222 s inseparable pal . . . 
running here and there . . . convertibles 
she adores . . . she'll always be busy. 

Library Assistant 9.10; Choir 11; Basket- 
ball 9,10; Field Hockey 9.10; Softball 
9.10; Gregg Transcription Certificate 60, 
11; Mr. Kelly's Secretary 11,12; Hyroc 
Gazelle Circulation Staff 11. 



Bill" . . . quiet and friendly 
ocularly interested in the girls. 

Open House Exhibit 10.11. 



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MAM I I \ \ \ ( , 1 1 

East Weymouth 



Airline hostess 



Mae" . . . a girl who loves to meet 
people ... a California visitor ... a 
seamstress aunt . . . her aim ... to live 
in France. 

Science Fair Exhibit 9. Open House Ex- 
hibit 9.10. Mr. Lyons Office 11.12; Fash- 
ion Show 10,11; H)ioc Gazelle 11; Pep 
Club 10.11. 



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Weymouth 



Teacher 



"Judy" . . . real hard worker . . . right 
on the beam . . . she loves to honor your 
partner . . . after college, back to the first 
grade. 

Honors 11; High Honors 9.10. Latin Cer- 
tificate of Superior Merit 10; H)roc Ga- 
zelle Literary Editor 12; Class Banquet 12; 
Senior Nominating 12. 




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PHYLLIS LL'ISO 

East Weymouth Stenographer 

' Phyl" ... a happy party-goer ... a 
smooth, easy roller-skater ... at Elm Farm 
she rings in. 

Dramatic Club 11: Mr. Lyond s Secretary 
12: Gregg Transcription Certificate 60, 80, 
100, 11; 120. 12; Typewriting Certificate 
61. 11; 64, 12: Badminton 9,10,11; Soft- 
ball 10: Attendance Slips 12. 



PATRICIA LYNCH 

North Weymouth Airline stewardess 

"Pat" ... a friendly brunette . . . beach- 
ing at Wessagusset . . . improving her 
crawl stroke . . . that's our "Pat." 

Dramatic Club 11.12: Softball 9.10; Bad- 
minton 9,10; Basketball 9. 



ALICE MacDONALD 

East Weymouth Airline stewardess 

Prunella" . . . very much of a sports 
fan ... of good times she's fond . . . into 
the Blue Yonder she'll go. 

Baseball 11: Softball 10: Office Helper 12: 
Junior Nominating 1 1 ; Pep Club 9- 



GEORGE MacDONALD 
South Weymouth 



Salesman 



George ... a procrastinator of home work 
. . . caking inventory . . . stepping out in 
his Packard 48. 



DOROTHY LYMAN 

East Wevmouth 



Secretary 



"Dot" . . . the girl with the Pepsodent 
smile ... a firm disbeliever in rising 
early . . . for parties she goes all out. 

Open House Exhibit 9.10: Lunch Room 
Assistant 9,10,11; Honors 9- 



EDWARD MacDERMOTT 

South Weymouth Navy pilot 

"Maury" . . . active in many sports . . . 
lies a life-of-the-party entertainer . . . 
soon to be flying for the blue. 

"Lab" Assistant 12; Spring Track 11; 
Winter Track 10; Football 11,12; Hockey 
11.12. 






JOHN MacDONALD 
South Weymouth 



Carpentry 



an individualist ... a good 
. . to him a book is a closed 



"Mac" . . 
tradesman 
subject. 



Senior Play Scenery 10,11,12; Open House 
Exhibit 10,11; Key Club 10,11. 



EDITH MacIVER 
North Weymouth 



Medical secretary 



"Nancy" . . . attired in a symphony of 
colors ... a service-with-a-smile checker 
. . . friendly and cooperative at all times. 

Gregg Transcription Certificate 60, 1 1 ; 
80, 12; Mr. Kearns's Secretary 11,12; 
Home Room Messenger 10; Drarrutic Club 
11; Open House Exhibit 9: Softball 10. 



ELIZABETH MacDONALD 



Weymouth 



Airline stewardess 



"Liz" ... a business-like miss . . . the 
Buick she likes to drive . . . painstakingly 
neat . . . she'll please the air tourists. 

Gregg Transcription Certificate 60, 80, 
11; 100, 12; Typewriting Certificate 58, 
11; Mr. Fisher's Secretary 12; Class Ban- 
quet 12; Senior Nominating 12; Home 
Room Messenger 10; Lunch Room Assist- 
ant 9; Honors 1 1 . 



JOAN MacDONALD 

South Weymouth 



Secretary 



"Joanie" . . . Miss Versatility ... a proud 
owner of 3.000 stamps ... a Who-Dun-It 
reader ... a muffin contest winner . . . 
soon to be a dietitian. 

Choir 11.12; Orchestra 9,10,11,12; Vol- 
leyball 1 1 ; South Eastern Music Festival 
9,10,11,12; Typewriting Certificate 48, 11. 



ROBERT MacFAWN 
Weymouth 



Architect 



"Bob" . . . teasing the girls with practical 
jokes ... a cheerful word . . . what, 
borrowing a pencil . . . he'll "Ford" his 
way. 

Book Room Duty 1 1 . 



JACQUELINE MacKENZIE 



South Weymouth 



Private secretary 



"Jackie" . . . the "gal" who talks with 
her eyes ... a good sense of humor . . . 
she's a willing helper . . . that's our 
"Jackie." 

Gregg Transcription Certificate 60, 11; 
80, 100, 12; Typewriting Certificate 51, 
11: Miss McMorrow's Secretary 11,12, 
Miss Benson s 12; Jack O'Lantern Jump 
12; Volleyball 11; Hyvoc Gazette 11. 



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ALEX WDM' MacLI VN 

East Weymouth Engineer 

"Al" . . • with a frown under a crewcut 
. . . center in that powerful line ... an 
agile acrobat . . . with the girls a favotite 
. . . that's our number 66. 

Football 9.10,11.12, Spring Track 9.10. 
11; Winter Track 10,11,12. Student Mar 
shall 11; Farewell Assembly 11; Junior 
Party 1 1 ; Intramural Basketball 9. 



DDI Gl \s MacLEOD 

Weymouth Carpentry 

"Doug'' ... an all around sportsman . . . 
will be a good carpenter . . . always doing 
something to keep busy. 

Basketball 10,11; Co-captain 12; Baseball 
10,1 1; Honors 10,1 I; Student Government 
11; Merit Award 10; Open House Exhibit 
10; Hallowe en Dance C ommittee 12. 



VIRGINIA M.kI.I IS1 I 

East Weymouth 



Horse trainer 



"Ginny" ... a guest tripper to New York 
... an equestrian . . . she loves to read 
. . . her own ideas she ll surely perfect. 

Home Room Messenger 9.11; Library A* 
sistant 10. Health Office Messenger 10.11; 
Softball 10; Lunch Room Assistant 9. 



Kl NNI I II Mad 1 C)l) 

Weymouth 



Accountant 



"Mac" . . . smooth on and off the ice . . . 
with him Glen Miller rates high . . . we 
look up to this 6-footer. 

Hockey 11,12; "Lab Assistant 12. 




DAVID M u PI II RSON 
East Weymouth 



Sheet Metal 



"Mac" ... as sharp as a tack . . . friendly 
to all . . . likes sheet metal work. 

Merit Award 10; Junior Decorating II; 
Open House Exhibit II; Vocational Stu 
dent Government 12. 



Mil OKI I) M \GI lONE 

South Weymouth Private secretary 

"Millie" ... a brunette with big brown 
eyes . . . constantly making new friend] 
... a Maple- Arena patronizer . . . she'll 
win her way. 

Gregg Transcription Certificate 60, 1 1 ; 
80, 100, 12; Typewriting Certificate 60, 
12; Mr. Harold Nelson's Secretary 11.12; 
Jack O Lantern lump 12; Dramatic Club 
11. 




|DII\ M \l)l)l \ 

North Weymouth Pharmacist 

John . . . one who likes to joke . . . 
gaining experience at Hearns ' drug store 
. . . his goal ... to own his own. 

Poston College High 9.10. 



1 1 \N\1 \IM(1M 

North Weymouth 



Music teacher 



Jeanne . . . quiet and reserved . . . play- 
ing popular music is her recreation . . . 
a young lady, oh. so very deserving. 

Rtfleitor Secretary 12. 




MADELINI MALONEi 
South Weymouth 



S< rct.ir'. 



Maddy ... a newcomer who has made 
friends quickly . . . bowling is her pastime 
... a true spirit of sportsmanship we find 
in "Maddy." 

Holy Cross Cathedral, Boston 9.10; Jere- 
miah E. Burke High. Boston 1 I ; Basket- 
ball 9; Choir 9; Valleyball 1 1 ; Tennis 1 1 . 



MARY ROSE MARTIN 

East Weymouth Fashion designer 

"Mare" ... of a nanire rosy as her name 
. . call with stately tread . . . she's the 
picture of serenity. 

Junior Party 1 1 ; Softball 1 1 ; Dramatic- 
Club 1 1 ; Farewell Assembly 1 1 ; Choir 1 1 . 



\W\t\ JVM M \ K I IN 



South Weymouth 



Medical secretary 



Mary Jane ... a tiny and perky baton- 
twirler . . . style is a "must" to her . . . 
an amiable and popular classmate is our 
Mary. 

Honors 9.10.11; Drum Ma'orette 12; 
Who's Who 12; American Legion Award 
9: Junior Nominating 1 1; Class Model 1 1; 
Student Council 9: Cheerleader 9; Office 
Helper 9. 



( \ROI.I- MASTROPIETRO 



South Weymouth 



Medical secretary 



Carole ... a cute-loking brunette . . . 
dashing here and there . . . stylish . . . 
. . . she "clicks" with us. 

Gregg Transcription Certificate 60, 11; 
Miss Lyons s Secretary 12; Senior Nominat- 
ing 12; Hytoc Gazette 12; Class Banquet 
12; Farewell Assembly 11; Dramatic Club 
12; Office Helper 9; Chorus 9; Softball 9. 



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GAIL McGOWAN 
South Weymouth 



Buyer 



Gail . . . the blonde with the short hair- 
cut . . . sandwiching in her homework 
. . . savoir-faire and poise are hers. 

Home Room Messenger 10; Reflector Lit- 
erary Staff 11,12; Sophomore Party 10; 
Senior Play Selection 12; South Junior 
Eye 9; Assembly Committee 9; Farewell 
Committee 11; Dramatic Club 11,12. 



CAROL McKl W 
Weymouth 



Medical secretary 



Carol ... as Kean" as her name ... a 
constant chatterer . . . with pencil in hand 
. . . she's an asset at home and at school. 

Gregg Transcription Certificate 60. 80. 
100. 11; 120, 12; Who's Who 12; Type- 
writing Certificate 63. 12; Miss Stockwell s 
Secretary 12; High Honors 11; Attendance 
Slips 11,12. 



P A I LINE MAI RO 

East Weymouth 



Teacher 



"Podge " ... an ardent hockey fan . . . 
an accompanist with a gentle mien . . . 
smart and capable as you'll find. 

High Honors 9,10,11; Monday Club Hon- 
orary Member 12; Student Council 10; 
Latin Certificate of Honorable Merit 10; 
Reflector Literary Staff 1 1.12; Senior Nom- 
inating 12; Maroon and Gold Staff 11,12. 



WILLIAM McKENNA 
East Weymouth 



Carpentry 



Crash'' . . . shy but not quiet ... a 
great lad . . . determined to fulfill his 
ambitions to be a first class carpenter, then 
a contractor. 

Vocational Class Vice-President 12; Honors 
11; Open House Exhibit 10.11; Senior 
Play Scenery 1 1 ; Lunchroom Duty 1 1 ; 
Junior Decorating 11; Assembly 12. 



WILLIAM McWALTER 

East Weymouth 



Draftsman 



Billy'' ... of a nature more passive . . . 
off to the library ... is he keeping a 
secret? 

Typewriting Certificate 48. 1 1 ; Attendance 
Slips 12; Football 9,10; Open House 11. 



WILLIAM MAZZICCHELLI 

East Weymouth Cabinetmaking 

"Mazza " ... a newcomer to Weymouth 
... a good worker . . . the girls seem to 
interest him. 

Dorchester High School 10. 




GEORGE McNEIL 
Weymouth Heights 



Carpentry 



PAUL MAZZA 
North Weymouth 



Auto Repair 



"Paul'' ... a quiet person . . . likes to 

work on autos . . . expects to be in the 

service soon ... a very special girl re- 
ceives his attention. 



SANDRA McCUSKER 

North Weymouth Airline stewardess 

"Sandy'' . . . our happy Y-wearing rooter 
. . . glowing with vivacity . . . popular 
. . . she has the requisites for her career. 

Sub-Cheerleader 11; Cheerleader 12; Hon- 
ors 10; Junior Party 11; Senior Play Se- 
lection 12; Farewell Assembly 11; Dra- 
matic Club 11,12; Typewriting Certificate 
45, 11; Pep Club 9. 



DONALD McKEAG 
South Weymouth 



Engineer 



"Don'' ... a V.I. P. in our eyes . . . 
emceeing in Ed's place ... a W. H. S. 
"harmonaire" . . . baseball is his game 
"Don" is a real likable "guy." 

Class Vice-President 10,11,12; Student 
Council President 9; Honors 9,11; Junior 
Rotarian 12; Baseball 9,10,11; Basketball 
9; Winter Track 11,12. 



GERALD McKENNA 
North Weymouth 



Engineer 



"Jerry" . . . conscientious in his studies 
... a maroon 48 s his best friend . . . 
full of ambition is our "Jerry." 

Football 9,10. 



"Mickey" . . . full of fun ... an all 
around sports fan . . . plans to be a 
builder some day. 

Open House Exhibit 10.11; Lunchroom 
Duty 10,11; Band 10; Senior Play Scenery 
10,11; Sophomore Party 10; Senior Prom 
12. 



GEORGE MELANSON 
South Hingham 



Jet mechanic 



George . . . fresh from the dairy bar . . . 
a naval reservist . . . he'll keep them in 
the air. 

F. F. A. 9.10,1 1, Secretary 12. 









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[OS1 PI I Ml I \\so\ 

South Weymouth 



Auto Repair 



"Joe" . . . already in the Naval Reserve 
... a man $ man . . . hopes to go to a 
Navy school after graduation. 

Senior Prom 12. 



IIMNMIN MUMP 

North Weymouth 



Engineer 



SHANNON MOOP1 

South Weymouth 



Nurse 



"Shan" . . . our Texan transfer ... a 
courteous and soft-spoken young lady . . . 
to become an alumna of W.H.S. she'll be 
proud. 

Stephen P. Austin Jr. High. Amtrillo, 
Texas 9; Amarillo High. Texas 10; Stu- 
dent Council 10; Latin Club 10; Volley- 
ball 10; Htioc Gazelle 12; Dramatic Club 
12. 



p \nio\ \ MORI i i 

North Weymouth 



Set reran 



Mo" ... a teen-pony tail on occasion 
... a bit of a dreamer . . . she's, oh, so 
quiet! 

South Junior High. Quincy 9; Choir 9; 
Fashion Show 9; Usher at Open House 9. 



P \ 1 I<1(1 \ MOl si I -i 

East Weymouth 



Clerk 



"Pat" ... a miss demure . . . swimming 
is a favorite ... at chocolate cake a Berty 
Crocker ... in orderliness she'll stand 
"Pat." 

Cap and Gow n Committee 12. Open House 
Exhibit 9. 



JAMES Nil IRPHY 

South Weymouth 



Printing 



"Jim" . . . always ready to laugh . . . 
abhors home work . . . doesn't expect to 
miss it after graduation. 



Frank" ... a stylish 6- footer ... an 
admirer of Glenn, but no relation . . . 
dependent on his black tie . . . he's eager 
to get ahead. 

Spring Track 10.11; Winter Track 10,11: 
Cap and Gown Committee 12; Camera 
Club 10; Band 9; Football Usher 10,12. 




I1KI CI Ml IPIII \n 

East Weymouth 



Illustrator 



Bruce ... a young man with that Ivy 
look ... a jazz enthusiast . . . ever im- 
proving his Hi-Fi . . . soon to be a 
R.B.M. sketcher 

Junior Usher 11: Reflector Art Staff 12: 
Hyvoc Gjzeiie Art Staff 11: Junior Deco- 
rating 1 1 . 



Nl VRILYIN Nil RPHY 

NYeymouth 



Secretary 



"Mai" ... a brunerte with a cheery 

"Hi" ... a high-scoring league bowler 

... at Val's she's a pleasant and active 
clerk. 

Basketball 10; French Club 11. 



JOSEPH Mi l SI 

South Weymouth 



Carpentry 



Bill" . . . likes to draw cartoons ... he 
is an enthusiastic carpenter . . . will soon 
be in the service. 



PATRICIA mini ii 

North Weymouth Airline stewardess 

"Pat" . . . our Miss Particular ... an 
artist of no little talent . . . she's a loyal 
supporter of all W.H.S. affairs. 

Poston Girls High School Attendance 
Slips II; Typewriting Certificate 5 5,11: 
Reflet lor Art Staff II. Junior Nominating 
1 1; Home Room Mcsscngct I 1 ( lass Dues 
Collector 12. Dramatic Club 12; Honors 
10. 



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Weymouth 
Pev 



MOP \N 



Nurse 



. keeping step to the latest band 
. . . the South Shore claims much of her 
time . . . sincerity and "Bev " go hand 
in hand. 

Student Marshal 10.11: Sub-Cheerleader 
12; Farewell Assembly 11: Spanish Club 
Se-crctary II. Victory Dance 11; Jack O' 
Lantern Jump 12, Pum kin Hop II; Ten- 
nis 10. 



M ART 1 1 \ MOl 1 

South Weymouth 



Stenographer 



Martha . . . catching up on home work 
. . . bowling at Macri's is a favorite . . . 
at clerking she's a whiz. 

Badminton 9: Basketball 9; Volleyball 9; 
Lunch Room Cashier 9: Fashion Show 9, 
11. 






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WILLIAM NASH 
South Weymouth 



Registry inspector 



Here s "Bill" ... a nimble-fingered car 
tinkerer — a mind that's mechanically in- 
clined ... a person of few words . . . 
he 11 fill the "Bill. 



ROBERT NELSON 
Whitman 



Cabinetmaking 



"Bob" 
fun . . 
shun. 



. a lad who is always ready for 
to him school is something to 



Open House Exhibit 10,11. 



PRISCILLA NICK.I RSON 



East Weymouth 



Psychologist 



"Nicky" ... a sophisticated brunette . . . 
always on the go . . . trim and neat . . . 
good company is our "Nicky." 

High Honors 9.10.11; Latin Certificate of 
Honorable Merit 10,11; Reflector Staff. 
Literary 11,12; Art 10; Student Council 
10.11; Student Marshal 12; Sophomore 
Nominating 10; Class Mono 11; Drama- 
tic Club 11. 



ARTHUR NORMS 
Weymouth 



Priming 



"Artie" ... a curly redhead who is always 
smiling . . . likes to tease the girls . . . 
works at Smith Print. 

Class Motto 1 1 ; Vocational Student Gov- 
ernment 11; Open House Exhibit 10,11. 



SANDRA NASH 
South Weymouth 



Fashion designer 



"Sandy . . . natty and neat . . . bangs 
distinguish her . . . she's artistically in- 
clined ... a charm of her own has 
"Sandy." 

Who's Who 12; Class Motto 11; Farewell 
Assembly 11; Chorus 9; Badminton 9; 
Volleyball 9; Softball 9; Christmas Pag- 
eant 9; Junior Decorating 11. 



CHARLENE NER1 O 
North Weymouth 



Secretary 



ballroom queen ... an 
at Kresges and at school 



"Charl" ... a 
avid reader . . . 
she s a standby. 



Honors 9; Library Assistant 10; Choir 
9.11; Open House Exhibit 10; Fashion 
Show 11; State Music Festival 9; Attend- 
ance Slips 12; Typewriting Certificate 46. 
11; Class Banquet 12. 






PATRICIA O'CONNOR 

North Weymouth Commercial artist 

"Pat" ... a girl who likes Chopin . . . 
a Sat. -A.M. Mass. Art Member . . . help- 
ful .. . is "Pat" a future Mr. Mott? 

Gregg Transcription Certificate 60, 11 
Typewriting Certificate 52, II; Miss Sil 
vester's Secretary 1 1,12; Hytoc Gazette 1 1 
Junior Decorating 1 1 ; Phantom Frolic 1 2 
Jack O'Lantern Jump 12 



MAUREEN O'NEIL 
East Weymouth 

"Mo" 



Secretary 



a cheery-smiling brunette . . . 
an avid reader ... a faithful W.H.S 
rooter . . . she's headed for the Bell system. 

Student Counc.l 9. Typewriting Certificate 
5S. 12; Future Nurses' Club 10; Pep Club 
10; Jack O'Lantern Jump 12; Dramatic 
Club 11; Mrs. Pileggi's Secretary 12. 



GAIL NORRIS 

Weymouth 



Bookkeeper 



Gail ... a business-minded miss . . . 
busy as a bee ... a keen mind for figures 
will take her far. 

Choir 11; Fashion Show 11; Attendance 
Slips 12. 



MARGARET NORTON 
North Weymouth 



Hairdresser 



"Peggy" . . . behold, a cook and a seam- 
stress ... of jitterbugging she's very 
fond . . . happy and gay is our "Peggy." 



BARBARA O'HANLEY 

East Weymouth 
"Barb" ... a 



Airline hostess 



. a miss of perpetual motion 
. . . always in a mad dash . . . from 
Boston to California our "Barb" will be 
seen. 

Typewriting Certificate 52, 11; Mr. Long- 
ridge's Secretary 12; Hytoc Gazette 12 
Sophomore Party 10; junior Party 11 
Who's Who 12; September Song 11 
Pum'kin Hop 10; Home Room Messenger 
11. 



PATRICIA ORCUTT 

South Weymouth Telephone operator 

"Pat" ... a miss with a dimple ... an 
admirer of Nat King Cole . . . peanut- 
butter cookies are her specialty ... a 
voice that pleases. 

Fashion Show 9- 



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ROSE PARDO 
Weymouth 



Sec retary 



'Rosie" . . . rushing co and fro . . . 
a devotee of rock'n roll . . . "Rosie is 
sure to keep in step. 

Lunch Room Duty 9; Fashion Show 9; 
Pep Club 10; Camera Club 11. 



li I KNAKI) PIARSON 

Weymouth Chemical engineer 

"Ben" ... a senior with long hair . . . 
popular with the girls ... of a Kaiser 
'4H he's a proud owner ... he serves 
on the lunch room squad. 

A. V. Club 9; Football 9; Badminton 9. 
Book Room II; Student Marshal 12; 
Winter Track 12. 



THOMAS PI PI 
Hanson 



Auto Repair 



"Pepe" . . . has unusual wit . . . extra- 
ordinary in his trade . . . soon will be 
a soldier. 

Merit Award 10,11; Lunchroom Duty 11. 
12; Student Council 12; Senior Prom 12; 
High Honors 10; Honors 11. 



l.B.M. operator 



NORM A PI I I RS 

Weymouth 



"Norm" ... an attractive, likable miss 
... a bit of a chatterer ... a Bruins 
enthusiast ... at sewing she's quite gifted. 

Badminton 9; Basketball 9.10; Softball 9; 
Volleyball 9.10. 



SANTO I' WH Ml < < I 

North Weymouth Commercial pilot 

"Paska" . . . our Mr. Football Hero . . . 
versatile and speedy . . . aiming for the 
Air Force . . . he's our All-Star Captain. 

Track 9,10.11.12; Junior Nominating 11; 
Student Marshal 11,12; Football 9.10.11. 
12; Spring Track 9.10,11,12; Winter 
HfVOt Gazette 11; Farewell Assembly 11. 



| wii s I'l VRSONS 

North Weymouth 



(arpentry 



"Jim" ... a comedian from away back 
. . "easy does it" is his mono . . . likes 
to attend the theater. 

Senior Play Scenery 10. Open House Ex- 
hibit 1 I; Honors 10.11. 






Civil engineer 

' Wayno" ... a transfer from Boston . . . 
a magazine i_eruser ... a Boors-and-Saddlc 
equestrian . . . head cashiering, besides. 

Solomon Lewcnberg Jr. High. Mattapan 
9; Boston Technical High. Boston 10,11; 
Class President 9; Halloween Dance 9; 
Class Day 9; Class Representative 10,11. 



ANITA POIRII R 

South Weymouth 



Hairdresser 



Anita ... a miss with red hair . . . handy 
at needlework . . . giving her time to typ- 
ing compositions. 

Reflector Secretary 12. 



BUGENE PERRA1 I T 

North Weymouth 



( arpentry 



"Spike" ... a congenial fellow .ind friend 
to the girls ... a hard worker ... he 
will make a gooj carpenter. 



Gl ORGI PI I I RSI N 

North Weymouth 



(arpentry 



Pete" . . . easy going companion ... a 
frequent visitor at the afternoon session 
. . . soon to be a soldier. 

Open House Exhibit 1 1 ; Senior Play Scen- 
ery 1 1 . 



JUDITH PITTS 

North Weymouth 



Nurse 



"Judy" . . .our petite wearer of the Big 
"W" . . . Miss Pep is her nsme ... the 
chc.ker with dancing feet . . she's sure 
to score 

Futu-e Nurses' Club 10: Drarmtic Club 
1 1 : French Club Secretary 1 1 ; Pep Club 
9.10; Badminton 9; Cheerleader 10.11. 
Head. 12; Lunch Room Assistant 10. 



MICHAEL POTTLE 



North Weymouth 



Electronics engineer 



Mike" . . . carefree as the sunny South 
. . . over hockey he's enthusiastic ... a 
lobster fisherman ... a classy dresser 
... we like "Mike. 

Mathematics Club 12; Student Marshal 
9.10,11; Band 9; Orchestra 9; Lab 
Assistant 11; Football 9.10; Spring Track 
11; Football Usher 12; Honors 9.10. 



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DIANE PI OPOLO 

Weymouth Governess 

"Dolly" ... a miss who's politically- 
minded . . . Bing Crosby is a favorite . . . 
a bowling enthusiast . . . she's often assist- 
ing in 208. 

Dramatic Club 1 1 ; Softball 9.10,11: Home 
Room Messenger 9: Fashion Show 11; Cap 
and Gown Committee 12; Typewriting 
Certificate 53. 11: Open House Exhibit 9- 



DOUGLAS POLJLIN 

Weymouth 



Printing 




Doug" . . . can always be heard saying 
that he is not going to dress up for a 
dance . . . likes to grumble, but well-liked 
by all. 

Open House Exhibit 10; Honors 10. 



NORMA PRATT 

South Weymouth 



Physical therapist 



THOMAS PAY 

South Weymouth 



Auto Repair 



"Ultra" . . . hunting and fishins are the 
sports he likes best . . . teasing teachers is 
his favorite pastime . . . hopes to be an 
auto mechanic after graduation. 

Yearbok Policy Committee 12. 



Norm . . . eager beaver ... a bit of a 
chatterer ... a natural-born good-to- 
others doer . . . she'll go over the "Norm." 

Badminton 9.10; Basketball 9.10; Volley- 
ball 9.10; Field Hockey 10; Softball 10; 
Junior Decorating 11; Farewell Assembly 
1 1 ; Honors 1 1 . 




DONALD POWELL 

Weymouth 



Engineer 



"Don ... a good-looking snap-jack 
wearer ... at figures he's a shark . . . 
busy and helpful is our "Don." 

Mathematics Club 12; "Lab" Assistant 12; 
Spring Concert Usher I I ; Farewell Assem- 
bly 11; Honors 10,11; High Honors 9; 
Cap and Gown Committee 12; Junior 
Decorating 1 1 . 



WAYNE PRATT 
Plymouth 



Sheet Metal 



"Wayne" ... a quiet person . . . friendly 
to all ... a very good worker . . . likes to 
work with metal. 

Merit Award 10. 



DAVID RANDALL 

Weymouth 



Engineer 



Dave" ... a well-groomed young man 
. . . checking and equipping the elevens 
... a Hyvoc sports writer . . . he's devot- 
ing extra time to his math. 

Class Play 9; Honors 10.1 1; Hyrot Gazette 
11; Farewell Assembly 11; Math Club 12; 
Senior Nominating 12; Class Banquet 
Committee 12; Football Manager 12. 



GRETCHEN REAVEY 
South Weymouth 



Nurse 



Grctchen . . . short and cute . . . busy as 
the day is long . . . reading she enjoys 
... on her we can depend. 



POBERT REEVES 
South Weymouth 



Advertising director 



"Bob ... a Maroon- and-Gold left guard 
... a twinkle in his eye ... a personality 
that's winning . . . he II have salesmanship 
plus. 

Football 9.10.11,12; Basketball 9.10,11; 
Student Council 11.12; Honors 9,10.11; 
Student Marshal 10,11,12; Farewell As- 
sembly 1 1 ; Class Motto 1 1 . 



CAROL REYNOLDS 



Weymouth 



Occupational therapist 



Carol . . . Miss Personality Plus ... a 
happy Maroon rooter ... a mental marvel 
... a true Caroler she'll be. 

High Honors 9,11; Honors 10; Latin Cer- 
tificate of Eminent Merit 10; Reflector 
Literary Staff 12; Yearbook Policy 12; 
Junior Party II; Senior Prom 12; Moral 
and Spiritual Values Committee 11. 



SUE REMONDINI 

East Weymouth 



Secretary 



"Susie" ... an attractive brunette . . . 
gay and full of fun . . . sports she loves 
. . . always active is our "Susie." 

Pep Club 10; Badminton 10; Basketball 
11; Softball 11; Farewell Assembly 11; 
September Song 1 1 . 



JOHN R1BBE 

Weymouth 



Minister 



John . . . sincere and earnest . . . the 
piano and organ he enjoys . . . like father 
like son . . . John will give his best. 

"Lab" Assistant 11; Honors 10. II. 




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JOHN KIN M 1)1 

South Weymouth 



Engineer 



John . . . adding another record to his 
collection . . . baseball is his game . . . 
of a volatile nature. 

Stamp Club 9. South Junior High Messen- 
ger 10: Attendance Slips 12. 



KM II MM) ROB1 -H I S 

Weymouth 



Aicountant 



HAZEL KOIUNSON 

South Weymouth 



Undecided 



"Haz" . . . clever, conscientious, studious 
. . . dabbling in paints . . . elbow deep 
in activities . . . future hazy. 

Refteilor Literary Staff 10. 11; Art Staff 
10.11; Hyvot GmU» Literary Staff 12; 
High Honors 10. Honors 9.11. 



DAVID ROGERS 

South Weymouth Auto Repair 

"Dave" . . . the boy who can "really go" 
on the dance floor . . . generally quiet 
... his three likes are girls, cars, and 
money. 



RONALD ROWI I I 

South Weymouth 



CP. A. 



"Ron" . . . listening to Elvis render his 
latest ... a regular guy . . . baseball 
makes a hit with him. 

Baseball 1 1 ; A. V. Club 9. 10; Honors 9. 



WALTER RYERSON 
East Weymouth 



Printing 



"Buster" . . . very popular . . . always 
willing to help another ... a good ball 
player. 

Honors 11; Open House Exhibit 11; 
Football Manager 10; Student Council 11; 
Vocational Messenger 11,12. 



"Dick" . . . grand to know . . . basketball 
is his game . . . soon to be an Air Force 
man. 

Open House Exhibit 12. Choir 9; Stamp 
Club 9. 




Di wis in w 

South Weymouth Truck driver 

"Denny" . . . placid and unperturbed 
... an ace on ice . . . the epitome of 
nonchalance. 

F. F. A. 9.10.11.12. 



Jl 1)1 I II ROBI R I S 

Weymouth 



Secretary 



"Judy" . . . enthusiastic football rooter 
. . . terrific smile . . . smooth both on 
and off water skis. 

Senior Play Selection 12. Junior Party 11; 
Gregg Transcription Certificate 60, 1 1 ; 

80. 12. 



( \ROI ROM R I SON 

East Weymouth 



Secretary 



GEORG1 VNNA S M AC HI 

Weymouth Dental-hygienist 

"Gigi" . . ■ the girl with the infectious 
smile . . . dependability is het name . . . 
"her ways are ways of pleasantness." 

Who's Who Chairman 12; Honors 9.10. 
1 1 ; Sophomore Nominating 1 0; Home 
Room Messenger 10; Volleyball 9.10.11: 
Basketball 9.10; Softball 9,10; Badminton 
9; Choir 9. 



Carol . . . pensively working . . . friendly 
and agreeable . . . quiet sense of humor. 

Mr. Dwycr s Secretary II, 12. Mr. Hig- 
gin«'s 12; Gregg Transcription Certificate 
60. II; 80. 12. Typewriting Certificate 
^2, II; Home Room Messenger 10. 



Jl 1)1 I 1 1 ROBINSON 

South Weymouth Secretary 

"Judy" . . . cool, calm and collected 
. . . "Haste makes waste" is her motto . . . 
aglow with happiness. 

Woodlawn High. Birmingham. Alabama 
II: Gregg Transcription Certificate 80. 
100. 12. Jack O Lantern Jump 12; Head 
Lunch Room Cashier 9; Open House Ex- 
hibit 9. 



Rl( 1 1 MM) ROW I I I 

Quincy Point Floriculturalist 
"Dick" . . . acute sense of humor . 
basketball is his avocation . . . jovial 
comrade. 

F. F. A. 9.10.11,12; Honors 10.11. 




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CAROL SANGELEER 

North W eymouth Air line stewardess 

Carol . . . genuine student . . . cutting 
a figure eight . . . excels in whatever she 

does. 

Spanish Club 11; "Lab" Assistant 12; 
Grammar School Messenger 10,11; Lunch 
Room Assistant 10; Honors 9.10; High 
Honors 1 1 . 



CONCETTA SANTACROCE 



Private secretary 

much fun and laughter 
. . . dancing is her favor- 



East Weymouth 

"Connie" . . . 
. . . full of pep 
ite pastime. 



Gregg Transcription Certificate 60. 1 1 ; 
SO. 100, 12; Typewriting Certificate 55. 
11; Mr. Kearns's Secretary 12; Hyvot 
Gazelle 11.12; Class Banquet 12; Senior 
Nominating 12. 




JOSEPH SANTACROCE 

East W eymouth Electrical engineer 



"Joe" 
the go 



terrific to know . . . always on 
. soon to be a Tufts student. 



Student Council 12; Student Marshal 12; 
"Lab" Assistant 12; Mathematics Club 
12; Junior Nominating 11; Junior Usher 
1 1 ; Farewell Assembly 1 1 ; Fotball Usher 
12; Hyvoc Gazette 9.10. 



YVONNE SARTY 

South Weymouth Air line stewardess 

Yvonne . . . here, there, and everywhere 
. . vim. vigor, vitality . . . fun to know. 

Yearbook Staff 12; Reflector Literary Staff, 
12; Hyvoc Gjzette H; Co-Editor 12; 
Dramatic Club 11,12; Future Teachers' 
Club Treasurer 12; Pep Club 10; Basket- 
ball 9.10,11; Softball 9.10,11. 



PHYLLIS SCIBECK 

North Weymouth 



Beautician 



Phyllis . . . foreceful with a tennis racket 
an eager beaver . . . recognized by her 
Ipana smile. 

Archbishop Cushing High 9.10,11; Glee 
Club 10.11; Science Fair Project 10; 
Basketball 10; Dramatic Club 9; Gradu- 
ation Exercises 10; Attendance Slips 12. 



JEAN SAPRITO 
South Weymouth 



Beautician 



"Jeannie" . . . avid bowling fan . . . 
personality plus . . . soon to be a Wilfred 
Academy student. 

Cohasset High School 9,10; Farewell As- 
sembly 1 1 : Home Room Messenger 1 1 ; 
Sub Cheerleader 9; Basketball 9- 






CAROL SEWALL 

Weymouth 



Accountant 



Carol . . . fond of animals . . . movie fan 
. . . eager reader . . . that's our happy 
Carol. 

Choir 9; Cap and Gown Committee 12. 



CAROLE SHEPPARD 

East Weymouth 



Secretary- 



Carole . . . pleasing personality and ap- 
pearance . . . likes to cut a rug . . . 
radiant smile . . . blithe spirit. 

Who's Who 12; Sports Assembly 12; 

Home Room Messenger 1 1 ; Home Room 

Secretary 11; Basketball 10.11; Badminton 
1 0. 



NANCY SAUNDERS 
Weymouth 



Veterinarian 



"Beetle" . . . easy to get along with . . . 
bright eyed . . . artistic tendencies . 

Attendance Slips 12; Typewriting Certifi- 
cate 46, 11; Field Hockey 9; Volleyball 
9; Badminton 9; Softball 9. 



GEORGE SEVERANCE 

Rockland Cabinetmaking 

George . . . likes long hair . . . class 
work does not interest him nearly as much 
as shop . . . he'll do all right. 



CYNTHIA SHAW 

South Weymouth 



Secretary 



"Cindy" . . . chuck full of vim . . 
boundless enthusiasm . . . efficiency plus 

Class Secretary 11; Student Council 12 
Student Marshal 12; Hyvoc Gazette Circu 
lation Editor 11,12; Farewell Assembly 11 
Senior Play Selection 12. 



ANN SHERRICK 

South Weymouth 



Secretary 



"Annie" . 
cere friend 
lots of fun. 



always on the go . . . sin- 
. . congenial manner . . . 



Cap and Gown Committee 12; Softball 9. 
10; Basketball 9.10,1 1. 



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ROBERT SHULTZ 
South Weymouth 



Undecided 



"Bob" . . . amiable and good natured . . . 
a whiz on ice ... a real cool kid. 

Farewell Assembly II; Class Motto 12; 
Honors 1 1 . 



GAIL SMITH 

East Weymouth Secretary 

Gail ... a pleasant manner . . . good sense 
of fashion . . . our fair lady. 

Gregg Transcription Certificate 60, I 1 ; BO, 
100, 12; Mr. Drake's Secretary 12; Re- 
flector Secretary 12; Attendance Slips 12; 
Dramatic Club 11. Open House Exhibit 9; 
Badminton 10. 



[ANIC1 sMI I 1 1 

East Weymouth 



Commercial artist 



"Jan" . . . nc.it as a pin . . . equcstr enne 
par excellence . . . artistically inclined. 

Badminton 9.10. Basketball 9.10; Softball 
10; Field Hockey 9; "Lab" Assistint 12; 
Reflector Art Staff 9.10. 



LAURENCE SMI II I 

Weymouth 



Printing 



"Smitty" . . . can be counted on to be hie 
for school . . . when tests are held, he is 
nowhere to be seen . . . longs for the easy- 
life. 



Open House Exhibit 11. 




DAVID SMAR1 
North Weymouth 



1'ndetidcd 



Dave " . . . "still water runs deep " 
unassuming . . . happy and carefree 
intent hot rodder. 

Open House Exhibit It. 



j WII S SMI I II 

Weymouth 



Salesman 



"Jim" . . . often seen on the green . . . 
party goer . . . car crazy . . . perpetual 
motion personified. 

Football 9.10; Spring Track 9.10; Winter 
Track 10; Student Marshal 12. 





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SALLY SOUTH 

Weymouth 



Nurse 

Sally ... "a friend in need is a friend 
indeed" . . . reliable, cooperative, zealous 
. . . the sunny South. 

Student Marshal 10,11.12; Senior Nomi- 
nating 12; Class Banquet 12; Farewell 
Assembly 11; High Honors 10. 11; Re- 
flector Advertising Staff 1 1 ; Dramatic Club 
12; Junior Decorating 11. 



SmL- 



CECILIA SPEAR 



East Weymouth 



Sally . 
know . 



happy go lucky 
a witty person. 



Secretary 
. fun to 



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Reflector Literary Staff 12; Mr. Lyons's 
Office 11.12; Farewell Assembly 11; Scu- 
dent Council Assembly 11; Dramatic Club 
11,12: Pep Club 9; Hytoc Gazette 11; 
Attendance Slips 12; Home Room Messen- 
ger 9; Sports Assembly 11,12. 



|OI l\ SMI I I I 

East Weymouth 



Auto Repair 



Smitty" . . . drives a Nash ... a good 
mechanic . . not the noisy type . . . 
easy to get along with. 



M \IMI 1 \ SOI IMIM 

South Weymouth 



Beautician 



Marilyn ... a perfectionist in dancing 
. . . friendly and sincere ... an artist in 
the bud. 

Basketball 9.10; Badminton 9.10; Volley- 
ball 9.10; Home Room Messenger II; 
Farewell Assembly 1 1 . 



I HOM \S Sl> \D \ 



East Weymouth 



Mechanical engineer 



"Tom" . . . baseball enthusiast . . . our 
Jim Clinton . . . don t step on my grey 
suede shoes. 

Baseball 9,10,11; Mathematics Club 12; 
Srudent Marshal 11,12; Farewell As- 
sembly 1 1 ; Junior Parry 1 1 ; Junior Dec- 
orating 1 1: Football Usher 12. 



JOSEPH SPEAR 
East Weymouth 



"Joe" 
wit . 



. . a real "live wire" 
basketball is his game 



Accountant 
. . . subtle 



Band 9.10; Football 9.10; Farewell Assem- 
bly 11; Dramatic Club 11,12. 



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DEBORAH SPINDLER 



South W eymouth 



Private secretary 



Debbie 
lubilant 
rooter. 



loquacious and friendly . . . 
. loyal, lively, Weymouth 



Mr. Hilmer Nelson's Secretary 12; Gregg 
Transcription Certificate 60, 80, 11; 100, 
120, 12; Typewriting Certificate 59, H; 
61, 12; Class Motto 11; Junior Nominat- 
ing 11; Farewell Assembly 11; Honors 
10, 11 Football Assembly 12. 



DOROTHY SPINNEY 



South Weymouth 



Private secretary 



Dotty ' 
quiet . 



. . avid skater . . . somewhat 
no brambles in this Spinney. 



Gregg Transcription Certificate 60. 11; 
80, 12; Typewriting Certificate 46, 11; 
Attendance Slips II, 12; Mrs. Derry's 
and Mrs. Cote's Secretary II, 12; Dramatic 
Club 11; Fashion Show 9; Hyvoc Adver- 
tising Staff 12. 



DONALD SPINNEY 

Weymouth 



Printing 



Don'' . . . the quiet type ... a keen 
motorcycle fan . . . his present interests 
should help him in his future work. 



DORIS STARK1E 

South Weymouth 



Secretary 



"Deedee" . . . tennis . . . basketball . . . 
good pianist . . . clever seamstress . . . 
versatility is her name. 

Gregg Transcription Certificate 60, 1 1 ; 
80, 100. 12; Typewriting Certificate 52, 
II: Mr. Lyond's Secretary 11, 12; Attend- 
ance Slips 12; Reflector Literary Staff 12; 
Honors 9,10,1 1. 



WALTER STENHOL'SE 
South Weymouth 



Draftsman 



Walter . . . full of ambition and pep . . . 
proficient in sports . . . exceptional bowler. 

Baseball 11; Sports Assembly 9; Open 
House Exhibit 10; Farewell Assembly 11. 



BEVERLY STEVENS 
North Weymouth 



Make-up artist 



"Eev" . . . synonymous with pep and en- 
ergy ... a winning smile . . . graceful 
both on and off the ice. 

Cheerleader 9,10,11; Co-Head 12; Mr. 
Turcotte's Secretary 11,12; Farewell As- 
sembly II; Mr. Lyons s Office 10 II 12; 
Attendance Slips 12; Badminton 11; Soph- 
omore Party 1 0; Junior Party 1 1 . 



DONALD STITT 

North Weymouth 



Engineer 



Donald . . . fun-loving . . . versatile 
... a winning smile . . . qualities which 
contribute to his success in making friends 
easily. 



BLANCHE STUDLEY 
East Weymouth 



Private secretary 



Blanche . . . always ready for fun . . . 
popular with everyone . . . busy as the 
proverbial bee. 

Farewell Assembly 1 1 ; Football Assembly 
12; Basketball 10.11; Softball 11; Type- 
writing Certificate 52. 11; Science Fair 
Exhibit 9,10: Open House 9,10; V.S. 
Office 12; Dramatic Club II. 




PATRICIA STONEHOUSE 
North Weymouth 



Nurse 



Sally " . . . forever on the go ... a 
pleasant smile . . . photography is her 
hobby. 

Future Nurses' Club 9. 10, 11, 12; Open 
House Exhibit 10. 



JANE STETSON 



Weymouth 

Jane . 
of gab 



Teacher 



humorous and hearty . . . gift 
. full of pep . . . ready to go. 



High Honors 10; Honors 9,10; French 
Club 11; Pep Club 10; Latin Certificate 
of Honorable Merit 10; Latin Certificate of 
Superior Merit 11; Home Room Messen- 
ger 10; Assembly Committee 9; Choir 9; 
Tennis 10; Softball 10; Volleyball 9. 10. 



PETER STILPHEN 

East Weymouth Engineer 

"Pete" . . . noted for speed and skill 
on the gridiron ... a fine class president 
his contagious smile reflects his winsome 
personality. 

Student Council Vice-President 12; Student 
Marshal 12; Baseball 9; Basketball 9; 
Football 9,10,11, Co-Captain 12; Winter 
Track 9,10,11. 



DAVID STURKS 

North Weymouth 



Bookkeeper 



Dave'' . . . quiet and studious ... a 
model railroad enthusiast . . . "actions 
speak louder than words." 

Junior Nominating 1 I . 




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South Weymouth 



Secretary 



Jean . . . reserved . . . popular . . . a 
good disposition . . . wins friends easily. 

Woodrow Wilson Junior High School. 
Dorchester 9; Softball 9. Glee Club 9; 
School Plays 9. Typewriting Certificate 50. 
1 1 ; Basketball I 1 . 



I 1 AIM I \M OR 

South Weymouth 



Elaine 

gab . . 



. . full of pep . . 
her personality clicks. 



Sc< rctars 
a gift of 



Archbishop Williams Huh School <>.lo 
Basketball 9.10; Volleyball 9.10; Glee 
Club 9.10; Dramat c Club 9.10; Attend 
ance Slips 12; Farewell Assembly II: 
Softball 11; Football Assembly 12: V. S. 
Office 12. 



JANE SULLIVAN 

East Weymouth 



Fcautician 



Jane . . . pretty and petite ... a viva- 
cious baton twirler but a quiet student. 

Volleyball 9; Basketball 9; Choir 9; Cheer 
leader 9. Maiorcttc 12. 



JON SUNDBERG 
North Weymouth 



Jon . 
tackle 
smile 



big. brawny . . . 
. good personality 



I'ndecided 

fast on the 
. . . ready 



PATRICIA TIERNEV 

North Weymouth 



Secretary 



"Pat" . . . avid rollerskating fan . . . her 
pleasant smile reflects a genuine person. 

Gregg Transcription Certificate 100. 12; 
Typewriting Certificate 55, 11: Mr. Kelly s 
Secretary 11,12. 



EGON TOIVONEN. Jr. 
NorthWeymouth 



Engineer 



"Pete" . . . having a good time always 
. . . ready with fun. 



Football 9.10,11.12 Farewell Assembly 

II; Typewriting Ccrtiiicjie it, Ii. 




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North Weymouth 



JOHN SI I.I.IVAN 

North Weymouth 



Carpentry 



Sully . . . quiet in manner . . . always 
on the go ... a star in football ... an 
excellent competitor. 

Football 10.11,12: Track 10: Open House 
Exhibit 10.11; Senior Play Scenery 11: 
Assembly 10.11.12. 



M M'll -i N si OKKO 

South Weymouth 



Secretary 



Mai ... on the go . . . ambitious and 
ever friendly . . . what a gal is our "Mai 1 " 

Ashby High School. Ashby Mass. 9.10.11; 
Basketball 9.10.11: Softball 9.10.11; Vol 
Icyball II. Glee Club 9.10.11. Junior 
Prom II. Gregg Transcription Certificate 
80. II. 



GBORGI 5WAR1 

Weymouth 



Carpentry 



George ... the quiet type . . . loves to 
eat ... a keen roller skating fan . . . 
always on the go. 

Open House Exhibit 10.11.12; Lunchroom 
Duty 10.1 1,12; Honors 1 I. 



JO \\ rHAYEH 

South Weymouth 



Private secretary 



' Joanie" . . . spirit like hers can't miss 
. . . she's without a care. 

Typewriting Certificate 52. 11; Junior 
Decorating 11; Rtfleiior Secrerary 12; 
Hi"n Gazelle Typing Staff 12: Cheer- 
leader 9: Glee Club 9: Dramatic Club 
9: Volleyball 9, Badminton 10. 



Stewardess 



Mary . . . strangers say she's quiet . . . 
her friends know otherwise . . . lots of 
fun ... a great girl 

Waukesha High School. Waukesha. Wis- 
consin 9; Cohasset High School 9: Bad- 
minton 10: Field Hockey 12; Basketball 9. 



RAYMOND l Ol IRIGNY, Jr. 

East Weymouth Actor 

"Trigger" ... a sure shot personaliry 
. . . will his talent lead to Broadway? 

Student Marshal 11,12; Dramatic Club 
12; Farewell Assembly 11; Football Usher 
12. 




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JT N E TOl'SSAINT 
Weymouth 



Nurse 



June . 
bug . 
June. 



. loves to ski ... a real camera 
. good jazz is good enough for 



Student Marshal 10,11,12; Farewell As- 
sembly 11; Dramatic Club 12; Who's Who 



Class Motto 11; Junior Decorating 
Sophomore Decorating 10; Pep Club 
Future Nurses Club 10,11; Spanish 



Club 11. 



LINDA TOWER 

North Weymouth Nurse 

"Lindy" . . . synonomous with sincerity 
and friendliness . . . keeps rhythm in the 
band . . . the tops! 

Band 9,10,11,12; Future Nurses' Club 
10,11: South Eastern Music Festival 10, 
11.12; New England Music Festival 11,12; 
Policy Committee 12; Jack O'Lantern 
Jump 12. 



ANNE TRIS 
East Weymouth 
Ann 



Private secretary 



. gay and popular . . . neat as a 
pin . . . pretty as a picture ... a short- 
hand whiz. 

Student Council 10; Junior Party 11; Fare- 
well Assembly 11; Student Marshal 12; 
Assembly Committee 12; Miss White's 
Secretary 11,12; Gregg Transcription Cer- 
tificate 120, 12. 



ANNA TRI FANT 

South Weymouth 



Mathematics teacher 



Anna . . . musically able, mathematically- 
stable . . . excels in all endeavors. 

Band 9.10.11.12: Orchestra 9,10,11,12; 
Choir 9.10,11; High Honors 9,10.11; 
Old Colony Honorary Member 12; Re- 
flector Staff 10.11, Editor-in-Chief 12; 
State Musical Festival 9.10,11,12. 



( 1 1 VRLES VIGDOR 

South Weymouth 



Sales manager 



"Chuck'' . . . always ready for a laugh 
. . . rarin' to go . . . enjoys good music 
... a swell kid 

Who's Who 12; Dramatic Club 12; Stu- 
dent Marshal 9: Farewell Assembly 1 1 ; 
Stamp Club 9; Chorus 9- 



JOAN TRUEM W 
North Weymouth 



Airline hostess 



Joanie " . . . here, there, and everywhere 
. . . flashing her magic smile . . . our 
live wire. 

Trust in God'' Essay Contest II; I 
Speak for Democracy'' Essay Contest 12; 
Student Marshal 12; Senior Play Selection 
12; Junior Nominating 11; Senior Nomi- 
nating 12; Sub-Majorette 11, 12. 





KENNETH VOEGTLIN 
South Weymouth 





Actor 



"Ken" . . . Palomino or Morgan . . . "my 
kingdom for a horse'" . . . where there's a 
stable, there's our "Ken." 

A. V. Club 9,10,11,12; Dramatic Club 9, 
11; Typewriting Certificate 46, 11; Bad- 
minton 9. 



GORDON WALKER 

North Weymouth Architectural engineer 

"Tex" ... a whiz with figures . . . fine 
artist, too ... a grin as big as Texas. 

Mathematics Club President 12; Basket- 
ball 9,10.11; Football 10.12; Book Room 
Duty 11,12; Yearbook Sraff 12: Farewell 
Assembly 11; Junior Decorating II. 



SANDRA VAN BUSKIRK 
North Weymouth 



Nurse 



"Sandy" ... a personality that's hard to 
beat . . . sympathetic and understanding 
... a true friend. 

Future Nurses' Club 12; Dramatic Club 
12; Senior Prom 12; Badminton 10,11; 
Hyvot Gazette 12; Field Hockey 12; Vol- 
leyball 9. 



CAROL VIGLAS 
Weymouth 



Private secretary 



Carol . . . modest and unassuming 
horses are her interest. 

Typewriting Certificate 48, 1 1 . 



PAUL VOEGTLIN 
South Weymouth 



Cabinetmaking 



Paul . . . very tall and sometimes noisy 
... a good worker in the shop . . . cars 
are his hobby. 

Open House Exhibit 10,11; Student Coun- 
cil 12; Lunchroom Duty 11. 



BERTHA WALLING 

East Weymouth 



Stenographer 



"Birdie" . . . fun-loving and full of fun 
. . . hillbilly is her best ... a personality 
that's tops. 

Home Room Messenger 9; Gregg Trans- 
cription 60, 1 1 ; Typewriting Certificate 
48, 11. 



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Gl ORG! W VLSH 
Nurch Weymouth 



Industrial worker 



George . . . hockey is his sport . 
smile is his trademark . . . witty 
a line person to know. 



JERALDINE WELC1 1 

Hast Weymouth Physical education 

"Jerry" . . . avid participant in all sports 
. . . also a musician . . . not one to dream 
. . . always busy 

Hand 11,12; Choir 9; South Eastern Music 
Festival 11.12; Basketball 9.10.11.12; 
Softball 9.10.11.12: Volleyball 9.10.11, 
12; Field Hockey 9.0.11.12; Badminton 
9.10,11,12; Typewriting Certificate 62. 12. 



ROBERT WI ST 

Weymouth Business 

"Bob" . . . busy as a beaver . . . basket 
ball is his game . . . makes honors, too. 

A. V. Club 9; Dramatic Club 9; Student 
Council 9; "Lab" Assistant 12; Open 
House Exhibit 9; Spring Concert Usher 
10,11; Book Room Duty 1 I ; Honors 1 0. 
1 1 ; Kcfleilor Sports Editor 1 2; Lighting for 
Plays and Assemblies 9; Sophomore Nomi- 
nating 10 



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IS.MMIAK \ WI I KS 

South Weymouth 



Make up artist 



"Barb" . . . personality plus . . . taste for 
art . . . sings besides . . . jazz is her music. 

Phantom Frolic II; Football Assembly 12; 
Sophomore Party 10; Attendance Slips 12; 
Lunch Room Assistant 9. Glee Club 9; 
Choir 9; Fashion Show 9. 



B V.RB M<\ WELDON 

North Weymouth Private sccrc-tars 

"Barb" . . . full of humor . . . never a 
frown . . . full of fun . . . she's our clown. 

Mr. Lyons's Secretary 11.12; Diamaiu 
Club 12; Hsto. Gazelle Staff 12: Jack O 
Lantern lump 12: Badminton 10.11.12: 
Volleyball 9. 




PATRICIA Will I I 

Weymouth 



"Pat" . . . pleasant . . . dependable . . . 
good-natured . . . friendly 

Attendance Slips 12; Refleitor Secretary 
12: Mr Ritchie's Secretary 12; Hyioc Ga- 
zette Staff 12; Typewriting Certificate »S. 
11; Pep Club 10; Lunch Room Assistant 
10: Lunch Room Cashier 9; Office Helper 
9; Fashion Show 9; Football Assembly 9. 



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IM< II MM) Will IT HI M) 

North Weymouth 



Engineer 



Dick 
smile . 



n apt artist ... an engaging 
popular with everyone. 




Camera Club 1 1 : Football 9: Winter Track 
10; Spring Track 11; Football Usher 11. 
12; Book Room Duty 11.12; High Honors 
9. 10.11: Reflector Literary Staff 11; Year- 
book Staff 12: Hytoc Gazette Art Editor 
11,12; Junior Usher 11. Senior Nominat- 
ing 12. 



I LLSWORTH WILLIAMS 

Marshfield Sheet Metal 



"Red" ... a very happy- 
generous and full of fun . . 
the school is Ellsworth. 



person . . . 
. a credit to 



Merit Award 12; Lunchroom Duty 11,12: 
Student Council 11.12; Vocational Class 
Treasurer 12: Honors 10. 



si I \ I \ \\ I s I ON 

East Weymouth Electrical engineer 

"Syl" . . . listening to a voice like hers 
is a joy ... a genuine friend . . . sincere 
and loyal. 

I i-liinn Show 9; Science Fair Exhibit 9; 
Lunch Room Assistant 10.11.12. 



PRISI Ml \ WHIM 

North Weymouth 



I c.i. her 



( ilia . . . somewhat reserved . . . quiet, 
too . . . she s no mouse . . . she's true 
blue 

Mathematics Club 12; Hytoc Gazelle Cir- 
culation Staff I 1 ; Spanish Club I 1 ; French 
Club II. Cap and Gown Committee 12; 
Honors 9. 10.11 



WILLIAM WIGHT 

North Weymouth 



Sheet Metal 



Wightey" . . . small and spry ... a 
good worker ... he believes that books 
should never be taken home, he might lose 
them. 



VIRGINIA WILLI WIS 

South Weymouth Private secretary 

"Ginger" . . . peaches and cream is her 
complexion . . . demure . . . graceful 
. . . always pleasant 

Gregg Transcription Certificate 60. 1 1 ; 80. 
12; Typewriting Certificate 62, 11; 69. 
12: Dramatic Club 12; Reflector Adver- 
tising Staff 12; Mr. Boland s Secretary 12. 



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DON McKEAG, most popular, voice 



SANTO PASQUALUCCI, heartbrealcer 







BARBARA BRITTAIN, 
most dependable, best school citizen 



JUDY ROBERTS, friendliness 
WALTER RYERSON, friendliness 



CONNIE SANTACROCE, 
most popular, best figure, prettiest 




JANET EZEKIEL, heartbreaker 



JANET LARSEN, best dressed 
JOE SANTACROCE, best dressed 




TED ALLEN, most intellectual, actor DEBORAH SPINDLER, hair CHARLOTTE COLE, most artistic 



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STUDENT COUNCIL 



► Our Student Council has 
sponsored many record hops, 
contests, and various assemblies 
throughout the year. Besides hav- 
ing taken an active part in school 
affairs, many members of the 
council have also represented 
Weymouth at state conventions, 





FOOTBALL q 



► VC'ev 'mouth High was certainly proud 
of our Class A Championship football 
team this year, under the direction of 
Coach Fisher, with Co-captains Peter Stil- 
phen and Otis Godfrey. 

Opposing the most difficult teams in 
the state, the team readily demonstrated 
its prowess, as sportsmanship and team- 
work reigned throughout the season even 
under the most trying conditions. 

Keeping the tradition of the school, 
the boys On the team each received the 
white sweater signifying an undefeated 
team. Hach member should be congratu- 
lated for a job well done! 





► Finishing undefeated in nine games, 
Weymouth managed to upset successfully 
the following teams . . . 



Weymouth 
Weymouth 
Weymouth 
Weymouth 
Weymouth 
Weymouth 
Weymouth 
Weymouth 
Weymouth 



27 
14 
20 
24 
33 
54 
34 
25 
48 



Broolcline 

Quincy 

Maiden 

Medford 

Chelsea 

Everett 

Arlington 

Somerville 

Brockton 




6 
7 
6 

14 
14 

6 





DRUM MAJORETTES 




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► Undoubtedly, the most spirited groups in our school are the 
Cheerleaders and Drum Majorettes. Leading the bandwagon of 
Weymouth's Class A Football Champs, they certainly showed the 
enthusiasm and high spirit which have always characterized Wey- 
mouth's fine sense of sportsmanship. The Cheerleaders, led by head 
cheerleader, Judith Pitts, include: W — Beverly Stevens; E — 
Connie Santacroce; Y — Sandra McCusker; M — Barbara Brittain; 
O — Carol Reynolds; U — Elaine Lewis; T — Charlene Dibble; 
H — Patsy McMorrrow; with Kathleen Grant, Beverly Moran, 
Myrna DiBona, and Roberta Nicholson as subs. The Drum Major- 
ettes, Mary Martin, Carol Logan, Martha Ferguson, and Jane Sul- 
livan, were led by Cynthia Payne. 



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► Our basketball team, composed mainly of 
underclassmen, did not have too successful a 
season, winning only five of their games, although 
fine sportsmanship and team spirit were present 
at all times. Coach Dick Whitmore bids farewell 
to his two senior starters, Joe Kelly and Doug 
McLeod, but the team, retaining many valuable 
players among the juniors, looks forward to next 
year. 




TRACK AND 




► Guided by Coaches Oral Page and Malcolm Pratt, our 
track and cross country teams have enjoyed another series 
of successful seasons, with the track team winning most of its 
dual meets and the cross country squad losing but one of 
its contests. Paul and Tom Kuja are the two seniors leaving 
the cross country squad this year, although the track team 
will be losing many valuable men. 




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BASEBALL 




► As in the past, Weymouth's baseball team has 
experienced another fine series of games, op- 
posing several formidable opponents who pro- 
vided a real test of the boys' skills, both on the 
field and at the plate. The boys, directed by 
Coach John Fisher, are to be congratulated for 




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SPORTS RALLIES 




► For the first time, the YttPVOok contains a 
page for Sports Rallies, including shorts from 
this year's athletic banquet as well as the popular 
"Toast of Maroon Town" assembly. The staff 
feels that these events contribute vastly to Wey- 
mouth's athletic successes, and have been as in- 
tregal in their importance to Weymouth's spirit 
and enthusiasm as the sports contests themselves. 





► After school at almost any time of the 
year, you will find some phase of girls' 
sports talcing place, either in the gym, 
on Libby Field, or on the tennis courts. 
Field hockey in the fall is quickly fol- 
lowed by volleyball, basketball, badmin- 
ton, softball, and tennis. 

Under the direction of Miss Arnold 
and Miss Sharkey, there is always some 
spirited contest being carried out for top 
honors in one of these tournaments. 



ORATORICAL 



► For the second year in a row 
the President of our Student Coun- 
cil has won the American Legion 
Oratorical contest. This year's win- 
ner, Charles Hurd, entered into the 
last lap of competition against 
Barbara Brittain, John DeCoste, 
and Linda Tower. The subject of 
the addresses was based upon the 
United States Constitution; all of 
the entrants, assisted by Mr. Long- 
ridge and Mr. Kearns, gave inter- 
esting and informative speeches. 





HYVOC GAZETTE 




► The W. H. S. newspaper, the "Hyvoc Gazette," 
has had its second year of publication, with Rosa- 
lind Crocker, Editor-in-Chief ; Michael Austin, 
Business Manager; and Mr. Steele, Faculty Ad- 
viser. 

The paper had many successful issues, despite 
the many problems which were encountered by 
the staff. To all the editors and members of the 
various staffs, we should like to extend our sincer- 
est thanks for giving Weymouth High School a 
current publication. 




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REFLECTOR 




► The Reflector, the oldest of the 
school's publications, had another very 
successful year, under the direction of 
Anna Trufant, Hditor-in-Chief ; Charlotte 
Cole, Art Hditor, and Janet Bryson, Busi- 
ness Manager. Once again the students 
at Weymouth High were able to see their 
stories, poems, and puzzles published in 
a fine magazine. Congratulations once 
again to the entire staff of the publication 
for a job well done! 



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YEARBOOK 




► The Yearbook staff, with Michael 
Austin as Editor-in-Chief; Joan Hamblin, 
Art Editor; Beverly Barton, Assistant 
Editor; and Priscilla Niclcerson, Assistant 
Art Editor; has worked hard, in co-opera- 
tion with our faculty advisers and mem- 
bers of the student body, attempting to 
maintain Weymouth's fine record of 
Yearbook quality and progress. 

The staff would like to thank, once 
again, all those whose efforts and guid- 
ance have enabled us to produce this 
book. 




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AND ORCHESTRA 





► This past year the band was under the 
direction of Mr. Richard Haapoaja, aided 
by Mr. Russell Jack during the football 
season who instructed the band in march- 
ing according to the University of Michi- 
gan style. The band was seen at the foot- 
ball games and concerts, and took part in 
the various parades and festivals, along 
with our other two musical groups, the 
orchestra and chorus, both conducted by 
Mr. Jack. 

Several from the three groups at- 
tended the All State and New England 
Festivals, as well as the Southeastern Mas- 
sachusetts Festival held here at Wey- 
mouth. 




MATH CLUB 




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► One of the most successful clubs of 
the past year is also the newest. The 
Math Club, organized by Mr. Raymond, 
and under the direction of Gordon 
Walker, President; Wesley Grace, Vice- 
President; and Rosalind Crocker, Secre- 
tary; has held regular meetings every 
other week throughout the entire year. 
Each meeting was pre-planned by the 
members of the club and was presented 
in such a way that it was interesting to 
all. A discussion of adding machines, cal- 
culators, sextants, and telescopes, together 
with games and puzzles, contributed to a 
most successful year for the club. 



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KEY CLUB 





► The Key Club, sponsored by the Kiwanis Club, is 
the only school group to present scholarships to deserv- 
ing seniors. With John DeCoste, President; Theodore 
Allen, Vice-President; and Michael Austin, Treasurer; 
the club has organized many fund raising activities to 
fulfill its active community service programs. 



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FUTURE NURSES 



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► As in the past, the Future Nurses' Club has had 
a very active year, with Miss Stockwell, Faculty 
Adviser, directing the various activities, which 
featured a Christmas party, trips to nearby hospi- 
tals, and guest speakers. 

Among the many speakers at the meetings were 
a student nurse, a hair stylist, and a guidance 
counselor who all presented different phases of a 
nursing career. 



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FUTURE TEACHERS 



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► A second new organization this year 
was the Future Teachers' Club, carried on 
under the leadership of Lois Daniels, 
President, with Miss Pearson as faculty 
adviser. Several speakers addressed the 
club, chief among them Mr. Brown, a 
well-known teacher who retired from 
Weymouth High last June, and in whose 
honor the club has been named. 

One of the more interesting activities 
of the club was the so-called "Observance 
Day," when many seniors were given the 
opportunity to visit various schools in the 
town and observe the work being done by 
many outstanding teachers in both the 
elementary and junior high schools. 





LIBRARY CLUB 




► The members of the Library Club, guided by Miss Gloster, work daily charging and shelving books, 
as well as setting up many interesting arrangements on bulletin boards and exhibits around the library. 
Of course, books often require repair, and once again the club comes to the rescue, mending torn pages 
and covers, in order that the student body might have the books available for reference and research. 
We should like to thank all of those concerned for their interest and help throughout the year. 



SPANISH CLUB 




► The officers of the Spanish Club this 
past year were: Kdna Green, President; 
Diana Alemian, Vice-President; Judy 
Curtis, Secretary; Joan Carroll, Treasur- 
er; Pauline Mauro, Program Chairman; 
and Judith Fortier, Refreshment Chair- 
man. The faculty advisers were Mrs. 
Oerry and Mrs. Bedell. Among the many 
activities of the club were skits by the 
members, a movie on Mexico, "I've Got 
a Secret," and a Christmas party with 
Spanish customs and refreshments; in all, 



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year: 






► Our Lab Assistants, interested in physics or 
chemistry, aid the science teachers in keeping the 
laboratories clean and in good order, eliminating 
a good deal of confusion and helping the 
science classes to operate more smoothly. For their 
assistance throughout the year, the student body 
would like to thank these persons, who may one 
day make use of their training and experience in 
their future occupations. 




A. V. CLUB 




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A few notable changes occurred this past year in the ranks of the Audio-Visual Club, better known as 
the A.V. Club. The major difference, of course, was that girls were admitted for the first time! Although 
it took training, they are now most proficient at operating the various projectors and other equipment 
of the club. 

The assistance given classes through films and records was one of the more important phases of the 
club's activities, with Theodore Allen, Manager; David Mahn and Roy Eaton as Assistant Managers. Each 
co-operated with the members of the club in making this year a highly beneficial one for all. 



► "Buy Jupiter!", our senior class play, was a huge success, as the two main leads, Connie Santacroce and 
Dob West, led the large cast through two evenings of a comedy set to music. The theme of the play, the dif- 
ficulties arising from a "talking" rabbit, Jupiter, in the life of the toy-buyer, Kay Linsey, portrayed by Carol 
Reynolds, was skillfully blended into three acts by William Longridge, director. 





AUTO MECHANICS 






► A source of future mechanics from Weymouth lies in our 
Automobile Shop, as boys are instructed in all the phases of 
automotive repair, keeping up with the latest developments £— 
and improvements in engine design. Because of the high qual- 
ity of work maintained by the boys under their advisers, the S 
shop is patronized by many, who bring their cars here for 
service. r%. 



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SHEET METAL 




► Boys of the Sheet Metal course have been busily enga- 
ged throughout the year in the construction and installa- 
tion of the heating system in the new house. Thus, they, 
too, experience all of the more vital phases of their future 
employment, in order that they may one day become suc- 
cessful skilled workers in the sheet metal industries. 





► Prchaps the most active and important of the shops is the Printing Deparment, where boys gain valua- 
ble experience at operating the linotype, ludow, presses, and the other machines. Besides having the respon- 
sibility of printing both the Rtjh\ lor and much of the K./r/ne/ . the Print Shop also manages to work for the 
superintendent's office, thus maintaining an active schedule throughout the year. 



CABINETMAKING 






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► Cabinetmaking, as in the past, has once again had a 
busy year, furnishing doors and tables for our cafeteria, 
making fine furniture for the new house which the depart- 
ments of the vocational school are constructing, and ful- 
filling other orders of many types, all providing the boys 
with the necessary backgrounds to enter their chosen car- 
eers. 



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AGRICULTURE 



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► The Agricultural Department offers another of 
the outstanding courses at Weymouth High. The 
boys in the course have been fortunate in having 
had the opportunity to gain experience at the Nor- 
folk County Agriculture School, of which Wey- 
mouth is a branch. Guided by their advisers, the 
boys study plant and livestock care to prepare 
them for the summer jobs in nurseries and farms 
throughout New England. 





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ate 






FAR LORD in Heaven above, we bring our thanks to 
You on this, our graduation day. We are fully aware, O Lord, 
that it is only through Your help that we have reached our goal 
at Weymouth High School. Humbly we thank You for enabling 
us to accomplish our desires. 

Your goodness to us has been constant and generous. You 
have comforted us during our most trying hours. You have 
given us the courage to carry on in spite of obstacles. It has been 
Your love for us that has made us strong and sturdy enough 
to gain our objectives. 

Therefore, it is with gratitude and love in our hearts that 
we stand here today at the gateway to life, fully prepared and 
ready to meet any future challenges. We ask only that You 
continue to offer us Your divine guidance for the rest of our 
lives on this earth. 

Please God, do not let there be any troubled hearts here today 
Remove any grudges or feelings of unfriendliness from the 
hearts of all of us. Permit that each one of us may feel he has 
done his part to bring honor to Weymouth High School. Forgive 
us for any errors we have made, and make our graduation day a 
happy one, to be remembered for many years to come. 

Grant that every student graduating may find the work in 
life which You have given him the talent to do. May each of 
us always walk before You with pure hearts, clear consciences 
and enlightened minds. May our primary purpose in life be 
to please You, dear God, and to make You proud of us, as 
we are proud to have You as our Father in Heaven. 

This we ask in Thy Name 

Amen 



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fashion 
center 



DOUCETTE 

6-DeSANTIS 




callows 



EDgewatei 5-1000 
Residence: VIctoi 3-4099 
PAUL A DOUCE I I E 
133 Washington St., Weymouth, Mass 

Jackson Square 

Pharmacy ; Inc. 

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Harold Openshaw, Ph. G., 

Reg. Pharmacist 

Air Conditioned For Your Comfort 



804-806 Broad Street 
East Weymouth 
ED 5-5675 



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WILLIAMS 

YY 1 L L 1 fx /VI O 


HOWARD 


(AND SEVEN SONS) 

COAL <^ OIL CO. 


JOHNSON'S 

ROUTES 3 and 18 


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WEYMOUTH 


Oil Burners — Sales — Service 


A Genial Meeting Place 


39 Adams Street Braintree, Mass. 


to Dine 


Victor 3-0415 


I f (fit 11 /( (Jt, KjiUllCl 

RICHARD BLACKMUR 


REIDY'S 


JESSEMAN'S 


Drug Store 


HARDWARE STORE 


Daniel Reidy, Reg. PH. 




Richard Reidy, Reg. PH. 


Fred E. Rand, Proprietor 


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P)fl 1 <TCTICt"C 


COLUMBIAN SQUARE 


JACKSON SQUARE 




EAST WEYMOUTH 


SOUTH WEYMOUTH, MASS. 


Telephone: EDgewater 5-0690 


TEL. ED 7-1960 



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Best Wishes to Class of '57 

\\. IS. I mill & ('iini|iiiiii 

Serving Since 1 895 

Aiuliori/ed dealer lor. . . 

►Sum's I. awn Product! 

►Delta Power Tools 

► I lardwart 

► I'. Hills 

visn i in (.11 i shop . . 

(.11 Is foj \ I 1 < >< ( \M( >NS 
EXPERT (.11 l II R \PP1NG 
10 UNION ST., SO. \\ I. Y MOUTH 



BE WISE 
★ 




COMPARE; our everyday 

super market PRICES 




Serving a variety of 
►BLIZZARDS 
►SUNDAES 
►FRAPPES 
►FREEZES 
►SHAKES 
► MALTS 
►SPLITS 
►SODAS 



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Nil (Mill) I A.STES OF 

WW Rl( A SAI.I IIS VOL*. . . 

THE GRADUATING CLASS of 57 

Serving a variety of: 

► BLIZZARDS 

► SUNDAES 
►FRAPPES 
►FREEZES 



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892 NOR III MAIN STREET 
R VNDOLPH, M VSS VCHUSI I I S 

OPEN FROM AI'RII ro NOVEMBER 

Courtesy of: Mr. and Mrs. Veto Eacobacci 



•SHAKES 
-MALTS 
•SPLITS 
-SODAS 



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PONTIAC, Inc. 

POnTIKC CHRS 

Expert Repairing on 
All Makes of Cars 

* Bodv and Fender Work 

• Auto Repairing 

25 Main Street 
Weymouth, Mass. 
Junction Routes 3 and IS 
EDgewater 5-4400 


Telephone: EDgewater 5-2150 

Plymouth ^tfotkxs 

-Hhtcruporateu 

HAMILTON WATCH 
DEALERS 

Guaranteed watch and jewelry repairing 

ft 

HAROLD POLLACK 

71 WASHINGTON STREET 
WEYMOUTH, MASS. 


Telephone EDgewater 7-0427 

Charles G. dORonn 
iNsiiRnncE AGEncy 

15 FRONT STREET 
WEYMOUTH, MASS. 


KING OAK 

SERVICE 
STATION 

Alvin K. King, Jr., Prop. 

► CITTFS SFRVTCF PRODUCTS 
►LUBRICATION 

►ACCESSORIES 
►BATTERIES 
►TIRES 

570 North Street ED 5-2260 



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125 BRIDGE STREET 
NO. WEYMOUTH 



To the Class of "fl'- 

The Future offers mui h t<> you 
Ma\ all have success in what you do; 

Bui remember always the days spent here. 
Learning and growing \ear l)\ year. 

1 1 lias been a pleasure to know Your (lass. 

And we hope all memories will ever last. 

Although we return again next fall — 
You Step into the world — good hick to all. 

from the Class of '58 



Compliments of 


Compliments of 

Ls 1 L l\ J V^. 1 1 O 


Jayne s 




Feminine Apparel 




WILLIAM WESTLAND 


6k Company 


"Equipment for Every Sport" 


1 1 Revere Road 


Quincy, Mass. 



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JUSTICE 

if KITCHEN WAR! 
if GARDEN SI I'I'I II S 
if ( LRMO II PAINTS 

if (.1 \ss 

Telephone EDgewjter 7-1000 
827 Broad Street. lijst Weymouth 



III HU MurkKLLAR 

INSURANCE 
AGENCY 
INC. 

• 

INSURANCE 

of Every Description 

Tel. ED 5-1171 or ED 5-1170 

JACKSON SQUARE 
EAST WEYMOUTH 



Compliments of 



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BETTY BAKER. Propr.ctor 

407 MIDDLE STREET 
EAST WEYMOUTH 



INDIVID! \l I [AIRS I VI l\(, 
A SPECIALTY 

Phone Edgevvatcr 5-7654 



NELSON'S - 
WEYMOUTH 



Westinghouse 

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Laundromat 



2 HOI K DRV ( I I \M\(, 



Next to A&P. South Weymouth 
EDgcwatcr 5-4385 



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Best Wishes 
for Future Success 

to the 

Class of 1957 

from the 

Hgtmr Gfozptte 

Weymouth High School 
Newspaper 



. HANSON'S 

W Open Evenings 



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21 Park Avenue 


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[Route 128] 


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Tel. ED5-2407 



• 1939-1957 



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Compliments 

of 



May your futures hold 

Peace 

Progress 

Prosperity 

Weymouth 
High School 
Art Department 



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STELLA S 


MASTER 
CLEANSERS 


Mil 17111' ftlliklkllll 

IIMIh MIIIITL 


Tailormv & Dyes 

THREE HOUR SERVICE 


COSMETICS and JEWELRY 




Critic ffir nil CifT/iftflnt 

V Slflj JK'I 11 1 I V /iLlljlUllj 


I A r\ "T (~~* /Ml MA 4 [ ' D fAT T* T~» T~* f~* T" 

140. ( C 'MMI.RC.I AI. SlKl.I.r 
EAST WEYMOUTH 


947 MAIN STREET 




SO. WEYMOUTH, MASS 


Telephone EDgewater 5-J545 


EDgewater 5-4 390 


<7/ ///c / Icrrmp Run 

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Compliments of 


CORBO BROS. 

JACKSON SQUARE 




EAST WEYMOUTH 


Camera Shop 


► FRUIT 

► SEA FOODS 


at Weymouth Landing 


► GROCERIES 

► VFflFTARI PS 

► FROSTED FOODS 


28 COMMERCIAL STREET 




VI 3 . 7010 


EDgewater 5-2026 



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Pleasant ivork icith other 
girls and young men 

Prestige of a responsible job tvith 
a well-known and respected company 



If your list shows three checks, then you should 
check into what the Telephone Company has 
to offer you. Smart girls are doing it now, before 
they graduate from high school. Come in and 
see our employment interviewer soon. You'll 
enjoy talking with her. 

Act now, and you can say with pride, "I'm all 
set! I'm going to work with the Telephone 
Company!" 

See the Guidance Counselor at your school, and 
talk first with her about when and where to 
apply. 



NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY 



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